PM Housing Scheme - How to Apply? What are the Basic Requirements?

The population of Pakistan has increased rapidly over the last two decades. Furthermore, it has crossed the figure of 200 million. However, according to one study, Pakistan is short of about 10 million houses. There is the bundle of the reason behind this severe situation. For example, the poverty level in Pakistan is increasing due to which people are unable to own a house. Thus, to overcome this worst situation, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has recently Launched PM Housing Scheme. Furthermore, this is a Project to build 5 Million Affordable Houses with the help of private investors. So, this is a very good initiative if the government would be successful in implementing it. Because when poor will get home, nothing can compete for this. This is a brilliant initiative that should be appreciated. Today Zameen For You Proudly Updating the good step of our Government. 

                                                       Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme

No doubt, this government has brilliant ideas however time will tell if these ideas will be successfully transformed into reality. Similarly, a few days back, Government has launched a website to Track PM’s 100 days agenda. This initiative appears to be a great move because it would promote transparency of the workings of the government.

Pm Housing Scheme – How to Apply?

First, NADRA has issued the registration form for new Initiative by PM Imran Khan i.e; ‘Naya Pakistan Housing Programme’. However, currently, the registration is initiated in the seven districts in collaboration with NADRA. Moreover, the basic aim is to collect data for the housing needs of people. Interestingly, the first phase of PM housing programme will focus on starting the project in the seven districts. These districts are Sukkur, Quetta, Gilgit, Muzaffarabad, Swat, Islamabad and Faisalabad. However, applicants can submit applications on following addresses:

  1. SUKKUR: DC Office, Sukkur
  2. QUETTA: NADRA Registration Center, adjacent Helper Eye Hospital, Sariab Road Quetta
  3. GILGIT: DC Office, Gilgit
  4. MUZAFFARABAD: DC Office old secretariat, Muzaffarabad
  5. SWAT: DC Office, District Court, Mingora Swat
  6. ISLAMABAD: NADRA Mega Center, Blue Area Islamabad
  7. FAISALABAD: DC Office Faisalabad

Prime Minister of Pakistan is very hopeful about this project. According to Imran Khan, this new PM housing scheme is the most ambitious and landmark housing policy ever. He reiterated his stance in a tweet a day after the inauguration, the Imran Khan said:

“We have launched our most ambitious, landmark housing policy of building 5mn homes in 5 yrs. InshaAllah this will provide affordable houses for our less privileged strata of society, plus 6mn jobs, create demand in 40 industries directly involved in house building & attract FDI.”

How to apply for Pm Housing Scheme?

We are writing this blog for the knowledge of people who want to avail this opportunity. Thus, the people who want to apply for this Prime Minister Housing scheme can avail the facility of an online form. So they can download from official website of NADRA. Furthermore, the form can be submitted within two months i.e. from October 22 to December 21. The applicants have to pay the registration fee of Rs. 250 at the designated district offices.
Furthermore, customers can download the registration form for Naya Pakistan Housing Programclick here.

The eligibility criteria for Naya Pakistan Housing Programme?

First, only a single person from the family can apply for Naya Pakistan Housing Program. For example, it can be a husband, wife or children. However, preference will be given to applicants who do not have an independent resident in Pakistan. Following is the checklist of eligibility criteria. Tick ‘yes’ if you fall in the category and tick the ‘No’ box if you are not eligible.

Sr. No.





Only one person per family (husband, wife, and children) to apply in this scheme.




Candidates who do not own any independent residential unit in Pakistan will have the privilege.




Homes are for the common man with monthly income around Rs. 10,000-25,000.




Candidates will deposit PKR 250 along with this registration form.




The housing authority will decide the housing specification including design, price, and site for the applicants based on the data provided in the forms.



Basic Requirements for Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme

The aim of this Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme is to provide shelter to people whose basic salary is Rs. 10,000-25,000/- month. Similarly, the applicant will deposit PKR 250 perform along with this registration form.
Depending on the data collected from these forms other housing specification such as design price and the site will be decided for the applicants.

The aim behind the Project-Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme

First, Naya Pakistan Housing Program was inaugurated by Prime Minister Imran Khan. However, the basic aim behind this program is to ensure 50 lac houses. Lastly, these are for underprivileged and less salaried classes for the next five years of government tenure.

According to the Prime Minister if this program would be successfully implemented it will boost Pakistan’s economy and create jobs. Furthermore, the government will provide the land required for the project. Similarly, the government will act as a facilitator to address all the problems witnessed during the overall process. Finally, to make easy for people, one window operation will be made for the proper execution of the project.

Expenses of the project

For the first time, the government unveiled the details of the project. According to the details “Every person has to pay 20pc of the cost of the house. The remaining 80pc will be undertaken by the government.” However, this was unveiled by PTI leader Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi at a joint press conference with Task Force on Housing chairman and Punjab Minister for Housing.

Furthermore, it is for the first time the government revealed that applicants will have to pay 20pc of the total cost as a down payment. Since then, no such announcement had been made by any government quarter. Lastly, Taskforce official says remaining 80 percent will be undertaken by the government

“If the cost of the lowest category house/apartment is Rs3 million, the applicant will have to pay Rs. 600,000 as a down payment,” said Mr. Naqvi.

Finally, it is a landmark project for the people who do not own their own houses. Moreover, according to estimates, if this project went well it will create around six (6) million jobs. Thus, it is highly advisable to people to apply in this project.