Turkey rarely left the headlines this year. President Erdogan and the state of the lira dominated the news. However, one constant remained steadfast: Turkish property continued to shine, and interest in investing in Turkish property grew. We look to 2019, providing the kind of inside knowledge that our investors count on to make the best investment choices.
Real estate investment
Foreigners looking for the best place to buy property in Turkey are entering a healthy market with many destinations offering a full portfolio of off-plan, new build and resale apartments and villas for sale. Mass availability is driving Turkey’s real estate market, and buyers have many advantages to tap into and use. You have much potential for a profitable investment and here are the best places to buy in Turkey today.
Investing in property will always be a head-over-heart purchase. However, that doesn't mean to say that buying a Turkey home as an investment is all about business: Cameron Deggin tells us the ins and outs of investing in a home on Turkey's south coast, versus opting to invest in Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul.
Knowing the basics of Turkish property law is essential for anyone thinking of buying a home in the country. This will help safeguard your interests, but also ensure that after you’ve chosen your new home, you can stay involved with the legal process of applying and signing for your title deeds. This blog answers all the questions you need to know before buying real estate in Turkey.
Whether it is real estate or business, anyone looking to invest in Turkey will be pleasantly surprised with the massive range of opportunities available. Gone are the days when real estate purchases were haphazard and shrouded in confusion and legal loopholes. The days when foreign investors were second class to Turkish professionals have also been laid to rest. Turkey has revolutionised its foreign investor sector to become one of the most competitive markets in the world.
Thanks mainly to strong economic growth and stability, 2017 saw a notable return for Turkey's property market after 2 years of political tension and regional unrest. We examine the factors driving Turkey's real estate market and why investors will target Turkish property in 2018.
To insiders who know Turkey well, the last twenty years has seen a slow shift in social trends. With the GDP growing every year, people’s lifestyles, tastes, wants and needs have changed dramatically. The emphasis now is more on comfort, enjoyment and enjoying the fruits of your labour. One industry that is partly responsible and partly benefits from the social changes is the real estate market. These days Turkish property buyers are changing the habits of their parents and grandparents when it comes to finding a home from home.
Istanbul investment property is still one of the hottest buys for 2017. But where to start? We outline the five best investment opportunities you'll find this year, based on price, payment plans and exit strategy. Discover some of the most incredible Turkish investment property on the market today.
Much has been made of Istanbul’s investment potential. And despite a turbulent year investors are still expressing interest in Turkey's largest city. But do the numbers add up? Which parts of the city saw lucrative gains, and which are duds? We examine the gains made in the city and its suburbs in the last five years.
Gorgeous Kalkan on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey maintains a discreet reputation on the international travel and property scenes. Often overlooked by the neighbouring, characteristic town of Kas, many tourists also flock to the nearby hubs of Fethiye or Antalya instead. Kalkan remains one of the country’s best-kept secrets, and anyone looking for an abundant lifestyle devoid of hustle and bustle, would fare well to look more into the resort - find out why you should buy a property in Kalkan.
The falling Turkish lira has investors speculating: what will happen to Turkish property prices in 2017? Will they also fall? And if so, will they come back? Should we buy property in Turkey now when Turkish Lira is at an all time low? We explain the real estate outlook for property in Istanbul and Turkey this year, and show you some of the deals investors are taking advantage of with a unique loophole.
Buying a property abroad is an exciting experience that opens up a different lifestyle. With many countries to choose from, Turkey is a favourite choice, mainly because of low prices in a relatively, new property market. There is much potential especially for long-term investors, and plenty of locations to choose from, ensures potential buyers have an extensive portfolio at hand. One of those idyllic destinations is Antalya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Numerous reasons explain why it has captured the attention of foreign Turkish property buyers.