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The Alanya Gazipasa Airport: What’s the Story?

Many of you will have heard that the Gazipasa Airport, the closest airport to the Alanya hotspot, is to welcome its first international flight on the 22nd of May. This will be an important milestone in the history of the airport, which was first built in 2001. The flight will...

Posted on 13 April 2010

Mortgages Still Available in Turkey, because of Tighter Lending Policies

In the middle of last year, we covered on this blog, a Forbes article, which said that the measures enacted by Turkey in its 2001 banking crash, would insulate the financial sector from the worst of this crash. As more and more time passes, and Turkey's banking sector continues to...

Posted on 20 March 2010

Turkey Property Hitting the High Notes of Buyer Sentiment

Anyone interested in overseas property in general for whatever reason, will have read at least 1 article on Turkish property this week, and potentially a lot more. Turkish property is most definitely one of the most talked about markets in the industry press at the moment. It is little wonder;...

Posted on 06 March 2010

Home Sales Rise Fastest in South East Turkey – Turkstat

The south-eastern and eastern regions of Turkey accounted for 28% of a 3.9% quarterly increase in Turkish home sales in the fourth quarter of last year. This was by far the largest proportion held by any region, and proves that the south-east of Turkey has one of the brightest property...

Posted on 26 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, the Future is Turkey

Today further news emerged that the Turkish economy is firmly in recovery. The economy contracted 3.3% in the third quarter, which is a lot slower than in previous quarters. The annualised contraction for this year is now expected to be 6%. Also positive: the government has forecast 3.5% growth next...

Posted on 10 December 2009

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

Turkey Property Grows in Popularity with Investors

The credit crunch has made Turkey property an even more attractive option for overseas property investors and holiday home buyers. This month Property Wire reported that the drop in price of Turkey property has made the country -- especially Istanbul -- a growingly popular choice. The irony is: that Turkey's...

Posted on 16 February 2009