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Bringing Luxury, Eco-Friendly Living to Antalya

Antalya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey has always been a centre of excellence. However, the latest real estate project to come out of the region puts it firmly in the prestigious circle of luxury eco-friendly places to live around the world. Pushing the boundaries of innovation, the riverside development...

Posted on 18 July 2017

Turkey Kicks Off its Opera and Ballet Festivals for 2017

The opera and ballet festival season has started in Turkey, marking three prominent sets of concerts and shows that are expected to earn high admiration and sell out performances. Arts have been a focal feature of Turkish society since the formation of its republic in 1923, yet thanks to the...

Posted on 21 June 2017

Sarihacilar Village: The Rising Star of Antalya

An 800-year-old Turkish village known for its button houses and 600-year-old mosque is receiving rising interest from foreign visitors, therefore re-sparking the concept of rural tourism in the Antalya region. The province which is the second-most visited tourist destination in Turkey has suffered recently, with various issues and events keeping...

Posted on 17 June 2017

Turkey’s First Touristic Submarine takes its Maiden Dive

The Nemo Primero in Antalya that is Turkey’s first touristic submarine has made its maiden voyage to much success and media attention. The 20-meter long and 4-meter wide sub holds up to 48 people, including the crew and can dive down 35 metres for passengers to view underwater shipwrecks and...

Posted on 15 May 2017

Signs of turnaround in Turkish market after summer of unrest

Confidence is returning to Turkey’s property market after the drop-off caused by the failed July coup, said Spot Blue International Property in October, adding that house sales rose strongly in August compared to the previous month, spearheaded by Istanbul and popular tourist resorts. New figures from the Turkish Statistical Institute...

Posted on 10 October 2016

Istanbul drives sales in February, with signs of interest in Altinkum and Aydin

The number of Turkish properties purchased by foreigners surged by 15.8 per cent year-on-year in February, according to the latest figures from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat). In total, foreigners bought 1,585 that month compared with 1,369 in the same month in 2015, with Istanbul attracting the largest share of...

Posted on 05 April 2016

Gulf investors drive foreign demand 3 years after Turkey’s law change

New figures reveal the extent of which Turkey’s property market was boosted by the country’s relaxing of ownership laws, with an uplift in buyers from the Gulf States especially notable. Turkish property investments by foreigners are expected to be worth $5.5billion for 2015, after figures confirmed a value of $5billion...

Posted on 04 March 2016

Turkey’s investor appeal remains strong as sales to non-Turks jump in 2015

Residential property sales to foreigners rose by 20.4 per cent in Turkey during 2015 compared to 2014, according to the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat), whose data also showed that overall residential sales, including those to Turks, rose by 10.6 per cent year-on-year. In total, Turkey recorded 1,289,320 residential property sales...

Posted on 25 January 2016

Summer house-hunting – Brits enjoy favourable buying conditions in Eurozone and Turkey

A favourable exchange rate, signs of recovering foreign property markets and improving mortgage availability have combined to drive confidence in purchasing European real estate in 2015, said Spot Blue International Property in July. The stronger Pound means that for UK buyers the price of property in the Eurozone has fallen...

Posted on 31 July 2015

Jump in foreign sales and tourist numbers signals strong Turkish market

Turkey continues to be flavour of the month with foreign property-buyers, following a record number of purchases by non-nationals in May and consistent growth for the first five months of 2015. Turkish property purchases by overseas investors were up 21.3 per cent in May compared to the same month in...

Posted on 21 July 2015