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CPIC to Launch Downtown Gwadar on Pakistan Independence Day

CPIC are to launch Gwadar Downtown plots with an offer to buy three get one free for a limited period from 14th August.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, August 13, 2018 / -- Today CPIC presented their new campaign in which they want to bring people even closer to the great things Gwadar has to offer with their latest launch, Downtown Gwadar, at China Pak Golf Estates. Downtown Gwadar occupies a prime location straddling the CPEC Highway (N-10) with a selection of Commercial and Residential plots.

CPIC offer real estate opportunities within the $62bn China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), offering the public investment opportunities within Gwadar particularly in the $350 million luxury gated community of China Pak Golf Estates at the heart of Gwadar. This region is predicted to become South Asia's busiest shipping port by 2023. Investors can purchase freehold residential plots from only £8,499 with flexible payment plans available to buyers. China Pak Golf Estates is a Gwadar Development Authority (GDA) approved master community being constructed by a leading Chinese state-owned construction conglomerate, giving investors the peace of mind that they can invest securely.

The launch is confirmed on Tuesday 14th August 2018 which is also Pakistan's Independence Day and the day after Pakistan's new Prime Minister, Imran Khan will be inaugurated. CPIC’s commercial G+4 Gwadar plots start from only £35,000 with a Pakistan Independence Day special offer so that when buying three plots, investors can get an additional plot for free. The launch offer is time restricted starting at 10:00AM on the 14th of August and will only last for 48 hours.

CPIC are now giving investors a chance to register here and get their name on the launch list

For more information, contact CPIC via, +44 (0)333 733 333 or via the CPIC website at:

Sandeep Gulati
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