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As Turkey’s largest city, real estate investors also want to know which areas of Istanbul offer the most capital appreciation, prices per square meter and current market trends. In this article, we look at the neighbourhoods driving Istanbul’s housing market...

The Istinye property market is one of Istanbul’s most prestigious areas. The combination of a wise real estate investment and an exclusive lifestyle choice is a lure for both Turkish and foreign buyers.

Touring the Bosphorus landmarks and attractions not only enlightens you more about the history but also gives an insight into small villages, their culture, traditions, and day-to-day life

Covering the northern European tip, foreign travel publications rarely talk about the Sariyer area of Istanbul, yet for Turks, this Bosphorus gem is their favourite summer and weekend getaway.

Two words can sum up everything about Bahcesehir, and that is green living. Bahcesehir, one of 11 official neighbourhoods sitting in the Basaksehir district, receives much interest from house buyers because of its green commitment.

If you are a property buyer looking to learn more about Basaksehir in Istanbul, you will be surprised with what the district has to offer. Its forward-thinking and innovative urban planning is attracting Turkish buyers but also foreign real estate investors looking to get their foot on the overseas property ladder.

When it comes to Turkish real estate, one area dominating the market is the Basin Express Road in Istanbul. Sitting on the European side, it is grabbing the spotlight as an ideal hub for long-term real estate investment and for many good reasons.

Welcome to Buyukcekmece, an area of Istanbul, dominating the property market as a desirable place to live and work. Sitting on the European side, over many decades, the district has dramatically transformed.

The slogan of Istanbul New Airport is the “future of travelling”, and that gives air passengers a good idea of how high they are setting the bar for air travel comfort.

Emerging from a rarely talked about district to attract global investors, Kucukcekmece's newfound fame as an ideal place to buy Turkish property is bringing in nationalities from all around the world.

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.

Like Rome, Istanbul was built on seven hills, but this isn’t a canny coincidence. The Byzantine Empire built the city on seven hills to proclaim themselves as the new Rome. It was a deliberate snub to the former grand empire in the beginning stages of decline.

The Bosphorus mansions are Turkey’s crème de la crème of real estate. Also, called yali houses, these luxury villas in Istanbul are worth more than the average person will earn in six lifetimes.

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.

Some call it a city within a city, which should give some idea of the intense hype surrounding Istanbul New Third Airport. With phase one, set to open in October 2018, it is without a doubt, one of the world’s most ambitious man-made structures.

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