Congratulations! If you have decided to invest in a property for sale in Turkey, this country has much to offer to you.
The first thing to decide is the location of your Property investment in Turkey. Some areas are more popular with foreign buyers than others and for good reasons.
The Mediterranean region of Turkey embraces different cities. Antalya and Fethiye are preferred by buy-to-let investors looking for vacation rental income and expats who prefers to live in the country. British and European buyers prefer these areas.
Three towns stand out for foreign buyers as hotspots in the Aegean. Kuşasası, Ephesus and Didim. Town of Kuşadası which holds the international cruise ship port of İzmir is close to ancient cities of Ephesus, and Didim. Kuşadası also has a huge British expat community, therefore its named as ”The Little Britain”.
Istanbul: Turkey’s Leading City
Istanbul is certainly the flagship of the Turkish property market. It is upgrading its transport infrastructure. Istanbul is becoming the central hub of international business with developments in tourism, economy, education, and finance in Turkey. Mighty city of Istanbul attracts foreigners from all over the world.
Bursa and Yalova
Bursa and Yalova are considered new to the Turkish real estate market, yet their popularity over the last three years has soared. Bursa and Yalova attract Middle Eastern nationalities who find many cultural similarities between their traits of living and the cities of Bursa and Yalova. These cities are also ideal locations for family living.
Why Do You Want To Purchase A Property in Turkey?
Make sure you know your reason for buying a property in Turkey. By doing so you will make it way easier to look through thousands of properties for sale.
You should know exactly if,
- You are looking for an investment in Turkey or
- You are willing to live in Turkey permanently.
Your Financial Situation
Have a good outline of your existing financial situation. Decide on your budget first, then look at portfolios that fit into your budget. The good news is that the cost of living in Turkey is lower, so buyers have favorable prices for yearly outgoings such as council tax and Internet provision.
Choose An Agent, Lawyer and Translator
It is not obligatory by law in Turkey to use an estate agent or lawyer to buy property, but we strongly recommend that you do. Our jobs as real estate agents include helping our valued clients find the right property and walking them through the buying process until our ınvesters receive their title deeds.
We also give after sales service and can recommend trustworthy lawyers. if you are not a Turkish citizen, you will need to use a certified translator of which we can help with as well.
Last Updated: 14.3.2019 15:26:49