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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

With more and more foreigners now choosing to invest in Turkey and exchange rates very much in foreign favour, now is the ideal time to buy a property in Turkey.

Despite recent economic woes, tourist spending levels and investment in real estate in Turkey is surging ahead thanks to favourable exchange rates. The weak value of the Turkish lira against the US dollar is ensuring retailers, developers and Turkish estate agents are enjoying increased sales to foreigners.

The area’s recent facelift, alongside a wave of new facilities including Şehit Fethi Bey Park are ensuring this former sleepy resort is fast becoming one of the most sought after locations in Fethiye.

Staying true to form, Antalya rocked in as one of the most popular destinations, with many nationalities including Middle Eastern and European looking to cash in on competitive prices.

Since 2012, Istanbul property values in many areas have almost doubled. Apartments in Istanbul originally sold for as little as GBP 50,000, now achieve nearer GBP 100,000 and this trend is continuing.

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