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The Best Places to Buy Property in Turkey

From the east to the west, Turkey is an incredibly large country covering 81 provinces and eight geographical regions. First-time buyers eager to know the best places to buy property in Turkey may be overwhelmed at the vast amount of destinations open to them, from the leading cities to small...

Posted on 12 September 2017

Top of The Props February 2012

As regular readers will know we collate data on the most popular properties on our website, based on which properties are the most viewed by our users. The data continues to reveal an interesting if not altogether surprising trend; people are no longer simply after the cheapest property in Turkey,...

Posted on 25 February 2012

Altinkum Marina Rocks the Boat [Pictures]

We are happy to present these fantastic new images of the marina at Altinkum. Altinkum property is rapidly becoming a favourite with foreign buyers, especially those on a lower budget who can't fail to see the fantastic value for money of offer. But it is difficult not to concede that...

Posted on 17 September 2011

Altinkum Property Set to Be Big Star in 2010

All the signs point to Altinkum property being one of the biggest sellers with foreign buyers of Turkish property in 2010 – especially Brits. According to recent data some 80% of the 67,000+ tourists received by Altinkum last year were British. As we all know, a place which is popular...

Posted on 19 February 2010

New Marina at Cesme to Meet Twin Aims for Turkish Tourism

Turkey is keen to muscle in on the lucrative Mediterranean yacht tourism market with the announcement of a new 400-Berth Marina at Cesme, which follows the recently opened Altinkum marina, to become the latest in what is becoming a line of new multi-million pound marinas on the countries Mediterranean coastline....

Posted on 17 February 2010

The Future is Bright for Turkish Property

The future is bright for Turkish property, according to the consensus of opinion. It is hard to find a report that forecasts anything but continually increasing demand for holiday lets as tourism rises, and solid capital growth in the next few years. A recent article in Country Life, one of...

Posted on 14 November 2009