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In 2018, while domestic sales slowed down because of higher interest rates, sales to foreigners increased by a staggering 78% year-on-year. Roughly 40,000 homes were sold to nationalities from all over the globe. Can 2019 match those figures? We think so, and for good reasons.

The real estate industry in Turkey is buoyant. Property prices have risen consistently due to the constant demand for housing in areas such as Istanbul, Antalya and Izmir. A new wave of affordable apartments are now on offer and Turkey is once again firmly on the foreign investment map.

Over the last five years, the local council promoted Alanya to a vast audience across the globe and efforts paid off as tourists and foreign property buyers flocked to enjoy the delights of the seaside hub.

Boasting first class marinas, stunning scenery and a wide variety of luxury apartments and sea view villas for sale, if you have a healthy budget and you're after a high-end property in one of Turkey's most sought after locations, Gocek may well be for you!

The huge choice of neighbourhoods and areas within Izmir may overwhelm property buyers, but this guide aims to help by looking at current trends of its real estate market, and why certain areas are emerging as the best place to buy a home.

Is buying a property in Turkey a good investment? Should you be trading in your dollars and pounds in return for an apartment in Istanbul or a luxury villa in Bodrum?

Selling your Turkish property doesn't need to be a daunting prospect, if you present it well, employ a good agent, price it competitively and market it to the right people, you should see results.

Many investors looking for buy-to-let incomes buy property in Kalkan, just because the rental yield is higher than most other places in the Mediterranean.

Antalya is Turkey's second most visited destination and a city set to break tourism records this year with over 14 million visitors expected to grace its shores. Often referred to as Turkey's tourism capital, Antalya speaks for itself, it's a cosmopolitan city that needs little promotion.

The districts of Kalkan form a small town that has garnered a prestigious reputation not only in mainstream tourism but among those sailing the Turkish Riviera. Foreign property buyers also adore it for its unique suburban outlook

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