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Our 5 Favourite Villas

A selection of wonderful villas in the Turkey region, ranging from one to three bedrooms with swimming pools, fantastic views and beach access. Take a look at some of our featured propertys. Modern Villa For Sale in Tasagil, Between Belek And Side - BEL 148 Situated within a purpose built village on...

Posted on 14 August 2015

Exchange rate kinder to British buyers in Turkey than in the Eurozone in 2015

The combination of a weaker currency, high interest rates for savers and low living costs makes Turkey one of the most attractive places for British property buyers and expats in 2015, said Spot Blue International Property in May. Sterling has gained around 14 per cent against the Turkish lira since...

Posted on 15 May 2015

Why two Istanbul districts have the wow factor in the Middle East

Two districts on Istanbul’s European side, namely Bahcesehir and Belikduzu, have become hot spots for Gulf investors purchasing second homes in 2014, said Turkish property specialist Spot Blue International Property in October. Julian Walker, director at Spot Blue International Property, commented: “A large proportion of our clients today are from...

Posted on 23 October 2014

Investors welcome ongoing appreciation of new Turkish homes in 2014

The average price of new homes in Turkey continued to rise in June, according to the trade body for Turkish real estate, making a property investment there increasingly attractive to foreign buyers in 2014. The REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index showed that in June, new Turkish house prices recorded a...

Posted on 30 July 2014

Gulf nations getting a real taste for Turkey

Turkey experienced a surge in visitors from the Gulf regions in the first four months of the year, according to the country’s Cultural and Tourism Office. In particular, the country recorded healthy rises in the number of visitors from GCC states Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait, namely 46 per cent, 40...

Posted on 20 June 2014

Istanbul Ataturk on course to becoming Europe’s third busiest airport?

Istanbul Ataturk is now ranked the world’s 18th busiest airport, after experiencing a 13.6 per cent year-on-year rise in the number of passengers that passed through during 2013. Statistics from the Airports Council International (ACI) also showed that Istanbul Ataturk is now the fifth busiest airport in Europe, carrying just...

Posted on 06 May 2014

Why Gulf investors hold the key to future growth in Istanbul

Demand for luxury residences in upmarket districts of Istanbul continues to rise, fuelled by buyers from the Middle East who are also attracted by investment opportunities presented by developments in the city’s growing suburbs, said Turkish property agency Spot Blue International Property in April. In March 2014 alone, foreigners bought...

Posted on 25 April 2014

Holidaymakers and homeowners now have a faster way to get a Turkish visa

Travelling to Turkey just got easier, thanks to the new e-visa system, which enables visitors to the country to obtain their visas on-line prior to touching down in Turkey, going live this month. The new e-visa, available at www.evisa.gov.tr since 11th April, is aimed at cutting the queues at airports...

Posted on 23 April 2014

Istanbul crowned world’s best destination by global travellers

Istanbul has been voted the best place to visit in the world in the sixth annual Travellers’ Choice awards for Destinations, organised by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. The largest city in Turkey, Istanbul is the country’s cultural capital and embraces both its European and Asian roots as the...

Posted on 17 April 2014

Why Istanbul’s Beylikduzu district is a hit with Turkish and foreign investors

Demand for property in one of Istanbul’s most desirable districts, Beylikduzu, is expected to grow during 2014, as more investors discover what this exciting area on the city’s European side has to offer. Together with the nearby Atakoy Marina district, luxury new developments in Beylikduzu are attracting an increasing number...

Posted on 18 March 2014