Turkish houses for sale can be found in all of Turkey’s prominent resorts, as well as in the major towns. Turkish property buyers frequently prefer to buy in main Turkish cities. Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, and Antalya are the top four cities chosen. Bodrum, Fethiye, Kalkan, and Altinkum are popular beach destinations for tourists searching for a relaxing vacation.
Turkey remains a popular destination for individuals seeking security in a lovely home, as well as buyers looking to make a profitable investment and visitors seeking well-being and enjoyment in the arms of nature or the depths of history. As a result, foreigners looking for property in Turkey have been in high demand for Turkish properties for sale. This demand has risen due to the terrible economic situations in neighbouring countries and the strengthening of the dollar versus the Turkish Lira, allowing investors to discover extraordinary homes at the best rates.
Real estate statistics in Turkey
According to official statistics, the Turkish real estate market has had phenomenal growth in the last five years, with over 137,000 houses sold to overseas buyers. The Iraqis are on top of the list of foreigners who have bought 2420 houses in Turkey in the last five years, followed by Saudis who have bought roughly 1200 properties. The Iranians purchased 8987 properties, which were recorded in the statistics, and the Russians boosted the value of 8897 properties. It is the best time to enter the Turkish real estate market now after it has proven its worth and ability to withstand adversities, as well as its stability as a competitive industry at all levels.
Turkish home buyers chose the following cities:
Istanbul has been at the top of the list of best-selling cities for sale in Turkey for the last five years, making up 17% of total real estate transactions in Turkey. Foreign investors continued to hunt for homes for sale in Istanbul, notably on the European side of the city. Istanbul’s ranking is attributable to several traits that identify this city, which merges the past and present in magnificent harmony, transports you from building to building, and presents you with a broad horizon into the future.
Compared to the same period in 2018, real estate sales to foreigners in Turkey soared by 82% in January 2019. Ankara, Turkey’s capital, was ranked second on the 2018 list of best-selling cities in real estate, making up 9.5% of the country’s total real estate sales, and it held that position in 2019, with 9,491 homes sold in Turkey.
Ankara is Turkey’s second-largest city, after Istanbul, since Turkey’s political capital, where diplomatic operations are focused, and its central location makes it an important hub of business and industry.
Izmir is the third most populous city in Turkey. It is found on the Aegean coast west of Anatolia. It is distinguished by its lovely climate and charming natural surroundings. This city was named third in Turkey’s best-selling real estate cities in 2018 and 2019.
Antalya, a city located on the Mediterranean coast, is a popular tourist destination. It has become one of the most popular real estate markets in recent years. Nonetheless, in July 2019, it shifted to second place to capture Ankara, Turkey’s capital.
Antalya, in southwestern Turkey, attracts visitors with its wonderful nature, which reflects the coastal slopes between the sea and the lush mountains surrounding it. Antalya is a well-known vacation resort that draws visitors from all over the world.