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Istanbul Number One in European Property Investment

Since the downturn struck I could count the number of times the Guardian has covered Turkish property, in the mainstream sections anyway, but we have a cracker in today's. After winning for the last 2 years on the trot, Istanbul has once again be named the property  investment hotspot of...

Posted on 03 February 2012

Reciprocity Bill Drafted and Up for Discussion

The Turkish government has just finished drafting a new bill to further open up the property market to foreign buyers, as well as making purchases easier for foreigners. The most important thing in the bill is that it is set to end the reciprocity requirement on foreign purchases, thereby allowing...

Posted on 26 January 2012

2011: A Great Year for Turkey and Turkish Property

Twenty Eleven was a great year for Turkey and a great year for Turkish property. The Turkish economy was among the fastest growing in the world (it was the fastest in 1H, but we have no data for 2H) according to official data. According to the Turkish association of real...

Posted on 06 January 2012

Reciprocity Restrictions to be Removed in 2012, Boosting Foreign Sales

The Turkish government is expected to remove the reciprocity restrictions on its property market in 2012. The draft law is to be polished off by the Environment and Urbanisation ministry before being submitted to the national parliament later this month. The aim of the law would be to open up...

Posted on 19 November 2011

Foreigners Buying More Property in Turkey

The latest data from the Turkish Land Registry Director shows that some 123,,000 foreigners own 113,687 immovable properties in Turkey. The data shows that resort properties are still the most popular with foreigners, and they prefer established cities like Antalya, Mugla and Aydin ,as well as Istanbul and Bursa. The...

Posted on 18 November 2011

Top of the Props: Most Popular Turkish Properties in October

With the recent news of a 7% rise in Turkish property prices in the last year, courtesy of the Turkish Real Estate Investment Association GYODER, it seemed like a good time to present the latest data on our most popular properties. Altinkum -- famed for its low cost properties --...

Posted on 11 November 2011

Turkish Property Prices Continue Steady Growth

Turkish house prices continue to grow at a steady pace according to the latest data from Gyoder in partnership with Reidin. Over the first few months of this year, month in month out the index showed year on year growth averaging around 6% and monthly growth hovering around 1% or...

Posted on 09 November 2011

Turkey’s construction sector hits new record

26 October 2011, Istanbul - According to Turkey’s GOYDER (the Association of Real Estate Investment Companies) there was a record breaking 1.8 million people employed in the construction business during the period 1 April to 30 June 2011, an increase of over thirteen percent. In the same period property sales...

Posted on 26 October 2011

Turkey Property Boom Looks Set to Continue/Expand

The fact that the Turkish property market is booming this year is in little doubt, but there is increasing evidence that even with its rapid growth of late, that it could still be accelerating further. According to the latest data from the Turkish real estate investing partners association in conjunction...

Posted on 13 October 2011

Turkish Government Commits to Increasing Foreign Sales

Many reports have indicated strong growth in sales of Turkish property to foreigners, not least a report by the Association of Real Estate Investing Partners GYODER, which recorded a 40% growth last year compared to the year before. Never the less, the government seems increasingly committed to making sure the...

Posted on 12 October 2011