Posted on 14 February 2011
Searches for Turkey property saw a month-on-month rise of 38% in March, according to specialists in Turkish property, Spot Blue. The firm reported last month that 2009 had gotten off to a bright start, and their latest figures suggest that this is continuing.
“Things are starting to reach normal levels again, slowly but surely that is. Before anyone pounces, I am not saying that sales are hitting the levels they did at the peak of the last boom, but we have been operating for many years, and sales are returning to the kind of levels that exist when we are neither in a boom or decline,” said director of the firm Julian Walker.
“But to be honest, we were never crushed by this international recession, because we never put all our eggs in one basket,” continued Julian.
“While other companies were so swept up in the massive growth in real estate investing, we continued to offer properties in Turkey based on their quality and appeal to our client base, and to market them to anyone who wanted to buy a property in Turkey, for lifestyle reasons, investment, or both,” he explained.
Julian went on to talk about which areas of the country are most popular.
“It will be interesting to see how much this growth will accelerate through the spring as we enter into the summer months,” Julian added.
“We will keep our clients posted on the hottest regions of Turkey by releasing monthly and quarterly statistics based on visitors to our site,” he finished.
Source – Spot Blue