Latest Turkey Real Estate News

Representatives of the British Government on duty in Turkey have almost always had a very positive and constructive impression on both the public and the administration contributing to the already friendly relations between two countries.

In 2017 overall, just over 1.4 million properties were sold across Turkey - a rise of 5.1 percent compared to 2016

Bodrum which has long become a global brand in the world tourism sector participated in the Tourism Fair in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

It was stated in Financial Times that Turkish tourism sector enjoyed a revival again and that 2018 would be the year of Turkey in tourism.

Officials have announced that the country will continue investments within the framework of 2023 targets with major investments such as Istanbul Airport, Kanal Istanbul, airports, tunnels and railways on the agenda this year.

A British company called CMC has set up a call center in Van, Turkey to employ 500 people. The company which chose Van among many other alternatives to be considered.

Turkey has announced that 2018 will be revived as The Year of Troy in reference to the 20th year anniversary of the ancient city of Troy's recognition by UNESCO in its World Heritage List.

Turkey's first automated urban subway system started operating in Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city on December 15th 2017. President Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım participated in the inauguration ceremony.

Based on reports by official agencies, more than 30 million foreign nationals entered Turkey in the first 11 months of 2017. Excellent news for the country and Turkish economy.

It is reported that Antalya, Turkey's prominent tourism destination on the Mediterranean targets to bring in a revenue of US$ 117 million from sports tourism in the first three months of 2018.