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In this property buying guide, we present a brief introduction of the Istanbul market, highlight key investment areas in both the Asian and European sides that are growing in popularity, and have mass potential for capital appreciation.

As a leading real estate agent, we can confidently put forward many reasons to invest in Turkish property whether you want a holiday home, resale apartment, beachfront mansion, buy to let income, or investment opportunities.

This article details things you need to know but procedures always change so double check with the Turkish consulate in your home country or use the services of a professional pet transportation company.

Moving to Antalya is taking a journey into one of the country’s most cosmopolitan regions, and potential expats will have a hard time deciding where to live, just because most towns and villages make foreigners feel right at home.

The Turkish property market is thriving thanks to the record number of foreign buyers who are purchasing apartments and villas all over the country. Overseas sales are clocking up record numbers in regions around Turkey.

People who think about moving to Turkey often fall into one of two camps. The first one has no ties, no financial obligations and get on a plane to live overseas without a second thought. The second group often has many questions, hesitations and look for advice from friends and family.

Pomegranates in Turkey

04 Mar 2019 posted in Food

Pomegranates, or 'nar' in Turkish, have been eaten throughout history to boost health and wellbeing and in Turkey they are loved so much so that there are many beliefs surrounding them.

The Eyup area of Istanbul is slowly growing in popularity as increasingly more tourists and property buyers look towards the neighbourhood that has shed its past mistakes and reinvented itself as a desirable place to live and work.

According to the European Travel Commission, Turkey beat 33 countries in becoming Europe's top performing tourist destination during 2018 and even more visitors are expected this year.

Spring is seen by many in Turkey as the best time of the year. As the cold weather subsides and the warm sun starts to take over, April see Turkish villages and towns come to life. Spring is seen as a time for celebration, a time to give thanks to Mother Nature.

Turkish cities offer a rich diversity of social opportunities from arts and culture, culinary adventures, shopping bonanzas and an exciting collection of nostalgic architecture. Some are also home to historical sites and have a beautiful story to tell of bygone eras.

Any Turkish Riviera travel guide should start by saying that if you think the French Riviera is the go-to place for yachting and sailing enthusiasts, you have seen nothing yet. The Turkish Riviera stretching for more than a 1000 kilometres supports everyone including budget and luxury travellers and property investors.

Whether you like to spend your time surfing and sunning yourself, spiking your adrenalin with ‘heart in your mouth’ activities or you prefer to soak up the local culture and Turkish life, Bodrum is the perfect place to visit and live.

Spring is a great time to buy a property in Turkey. Why? Because the weather is starting to warm up and there's a batch of new Turkish homes ideal for those seeking first pickings.

Upon first glance, Cappadocia appears deserted but with closer inspection and some adventurous exploration, lunar-like plains come into view, and they are unique, mesmerising and unbelievable.

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