brings together Islamabad property dealers at Agents event

Islamabad:, the most popular property portal of Pakistan, recently organised another event in its Agents Connect series, which is a regular feature aimed at offering real estate agents a platform where they can network with each other and learn key information about the services provided by the portal.

This edition of the event was held at PC Hotel in Islamabad. The event offered a brilliant opportunity to the participating agents to grow their network and get to know real estate stakeholders from around the city.

At the event,’s Regional Manager Sales North Ahmad Bhatti gave a highly informative presentation, walking the estate agents through the world of online real estate marketing and how it could improve their businesses manifold. He also shared tips and tricks that could help these estate agents bolster and consolidate their online presence and consequently establish a strong brand profile.

Bhatti also discussed the ways in which estate agents could better manage the business leads generated through Moreover, he also enlightening the agents about how better lead management could ensure increased revenue for them.

“Technology is advancing quickly and a good online marketing strategy requires you to stay up-to-date with the channels available for targeting potential clientele. With 3G and 4G services now available in Pakistan, the online real estate market of the country is poised to experience robust activity,” he said.

Coming together in a comfortable environment and getting a chance to learn some very useful tips about online marketing from was something all the participating agents appreciated. At the end of the event, they dug in to a delicious hi-tea and engaged each other in fruitful conversation as well as exchange of relevant ideas.


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