Since 2002, Turkey’s real estate market has grown in popularity with foreigners who either seek a life in the sun or want an alternative method to build their investment portfolio. At the moment, while other industries struggle through current economic woes, the foreign housing market is at an all-time high. In September 2018, foreign property sales increased by a staggering 151 year on year.
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Soak up the sun, take in a ruined castle or just drink in the atmosphere: in Turkey, there is a destination for every traveller. From the romance of Kalkan to the sunny Side beaches and the ever-popular Oludeniz beach, we explore some of Turkey's best-loved tourist destinations and show that whatever your preference, there's a place for you.
Colourful Istanbul is another side to Turkey’s largest metropolis. Whether it is streets, houses or notable landmarks, this side of the busy city reinvents urban living and is the perfect antidote to put a smile on your face. For years, scientists have confirmed colours like blue, green, yellow, red, and orange have a soothing subliminal effect, so if you need a happy fix while in Istanbul, here are the places to head to.
Bomonti, Bostanci, Kadikoy and Eyup: to outsiders these Istanbul suburbs don't mean much. To us, however, they represent fortunes made - or lost - in Istanbul's fast-moving property market. Learn the kind of insider information that sets us apart from our competitors, and creates wealth and opportunity for our investors.
Most readers probably need no introduction to one of the most important historical figures of the 20th century, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the man who founded the Turkish Republic in 1923. You will find his statue dominating every town square in Turkey, home to thousands of such monuments, as well as his framed portrait adorning just about any workplace or office you are likely to visit.
The Turkish government has announced it's opening a series of offices aimed at helping people invest in Turkey to gain citizenship, obtain residence visas and more. It's the latest in a line of measures aimed at increasing foreign direct investment and boosting the lira, which has lost almost half its value against the dollar this year.
Awash with a rich cultural history, lots of fantastic sites and places to see such as: Apollo Theatre, Aspendos Bridge, plenty of museums, a golden beach, calm water, and not forgetting properties starting from as low as 70,000 Euros; there are many sides to Side that make this charming region within Antalya one of the favourite hotspots for overseas investors, lifestyle buyers, and those looking to retire abroad - read on to discover what makes Side tick and why you should consider Side when looking for your dream home in the sun and follow in the steps of Alexandra and Cleopatra by making Side your secret getaway.
Sunny Side is just a short hop from Antalya Airport. Its handy location, as well as it's lovely beach and conveniently centred ruins, have ensured this small town's enduring popularity with tourists and expats. From water sports to ancient historical sites, we explore some of the reasons we love this Mediterranean town.
The numbers of tourists visiting Turkey are finally where they should be and tour operators are rejoicing. However, there's a parallel boom going on and that's a rising number of conference and business travellers. With the new airport and Atasehir Finance Centre only months away from opening, Istanbul is on the cusp of ever rising numbers of business travellers.
Istanbul’s iconic status makes it a high rolling global metropolis. Ranking alongside the likes of Rome, Milan, Paris and New York, its title as Turkey’s most significant and busiest city sees millions of tourists descend on it every year. Its vibrant history has a notorious reputation, and while these days are more peaceful, it is still a bustling hub of tourism business, educations, arts, culture, fashion and food.