The Chinese are rapidly establishing themselves in Turkey, transforming the country's investment and cultural landscape. With China's Belt and Road initiative marching through the country, we take a look at the ways the Chinese are making their mark in every sector from banking to holidays.
Property Turkey Blog
Property Turkey's blog is designed to give you an insight into all things Turkish, including tips about life in Turkey, Turkish culture, economic & political matters and how to get the best out of your home and investment. Showcasing many case studies of those who invested and/or moved to Turkey and integrated into the Turkish lifestyle, this blog is your informative guide for all you need to know about making the big move overseas to Turkey.
Focusing on the main hotspots of Bodrum, Antalya, Fethiye, Kalkan, Istanbul, Kas, Side, and more - you can expect us to blog weekly about the latest trends, case studies and news coming out of the top cities in Turkey. Also expect several investment tips and hot tips for real estate and properties that are hot and ready to sell now.
To explore historical attractions in Turkey is to delve into one of history’s most diverse and varied stories. Turkish history is not as straightforward as many think. Having been ruled by many empires over the centuries, we see styles including Ottoman and Byzantine buildings in Istanbul, Mediterranean and Lycian ancient cities and Russian landmarks in the northeast Black sea Region.
If you are unsure where your next holiday should be, we recommend you travel to Turkey. The country is experiencing a tourism boost as proven in 2018 stats that it was the eighth-most visited destination on the globe. Just over 40 million tourists including Brits, Europeans, Asians, American and Middle-Eastern countries enjoyed the delights from east to west.
Seafront property in Istanbul. Rare as hen's teeth, and expensive, right? The first is correct, but the second isn't always the case. Property Turkey director Cameron Deggin walks us through some the last remaining seafront complexes in Istanbul. Ideal for investors and lifestyle buyers, these homes will offer a superb lifestyle while accumulating tidy capital gains.
With over 8000 kilometres of coastline, choosing the best family beaches in Turkey is no easy task. As the world’s eighth most popular holiday destination with hundreds of resorts to choose from, mum and dad have their work cut out into making a choice that pleases them and the kids. As parents ourselves, we know that deciding on the best sandy environment for your kid-friendly holiday amounts to more than calm waters.
Any useful Gazipasa travel guide should first mention that if you want to visit Turkey’s most popular areas, then Gazipasa isn’t the place to go. A lack of theme parks, bars and restaurants serving international cuisine keeps hordes of tourists away, but that is what makes the region so special. As a lesser-known district of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, it attracts travellers looking to get off the beaten track.
Across the globe, in every class of society, profession, and social status, the number one daily question that everyone asks themselves is how much does this cost? Whether it is something for our home, utilities or spending money for leisure, money makes the world go round. So, understandably, potential customers always ask us about the cost of living in Turkey. In this article, we will break it down, according to current prices but before we start, there are also two things to consider re year on year estimations and daily costs.
Are there dangerous animals in Turkey? And if so, should you be worried about them? In this blog we take a look at the types of animals and insects that you might stumble upon while in Turkey - a total guide to animals in Turkey including tips on what to do if you ever bitten.
Mums and dads looking at family holidays in Turkey are picking one of the world’s most kid-friendly destinations. Cities and beach resorts around the country gear up for kids of all ages. It is not a marketing ploy because Turkish culture embraces the family network. From delicious food to activities to childcare facilities, families always find their perfect idea of a summer holiday for the price they want to pay.
Once the rundown home of a car cemetery, Maslak's future looks bright. The suburb on the European shore of Istanbul has become a home for fashionable young professionals and is leading the way in affordable luxury developments, property projects aimed at young families and the investors aiming to sell to them.