The Turkish economy saw its GDP soar more than 350 percent between 2002 and 2017 thanks to a strong and dynamic private sector that capitalized on reforms made to ease the investment environment.
Turkey took pole position among the list of European countries expected to sustain property price increases in the next 12 months.
The country is continuously becoming ever more popular with foreign nationals. This is true for short touristic visits, as well as for long-term investments.
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Istanbul's Third Airport, which will be the largest airport in the World when it is completed, affects the prices of the real estates, lands, and residential units in the surrounding area.
If you think about Turkey as a holiday destination, prepare for a blissful scenery and guaranteed sunshine – and whether your preferences are fine dining, dancing until dawn or discovering the glories of the ancient world, there is a resort that is ideal for you. Also, while you are enjoying the holiday, you can search for your ideal real estate to live or invest in Turkey.