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Buy Turkey Real Estate in 2022

Here are the forecasts for the most valuable cities and counties for buying Turkey real estate.


While the activity is expected to continue for the 2022 real estate market, some regions will add value to the projects. Here are the estimates for the cities and districts to be valued and the things to consider at the point of purchase...


Turkey real estate market, one of the most trending topics of 2021, will also leave its mark in 2022. Among the most curious questions, which provinces and districts will be valued in 2022, there were answers to this question.


While the appraisal continues in popular districts for foreigners, the recession is expected in the coastal region, which was preferred last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


While the projects carried out this year are expected to add value to the regions, urban transformation is also expected to gain momentum. However, apart from all these, there are still very important points that you need to pay attention to when buying house in Turkey.


Cities and Districts that will Gain Most Value in Turkey Real Estate Market


The most valued places were listed as cities such as Istanbul, Ankara, Aydin, Antalya, Trabzon, Yalova, Bursa, Mugla, Izmir, Mersin and Canakkale will come to the fore. It is possible that regions such as Buyukcekmece, Agva, Silivri, etc. These are the cities that will gain more value each day.

In addition, as the new metro lines are completed and put into operation in 2022, you will see serious value increases in districts and neighborhoods such as Atasehir, Umraniye, Halkali, Kurtkoy.


Especially in Atasehir and Umraniye districts, the increase in value may gain momentum with the effect of the International Finance Center project, while it is said, "As the Exchange Rate, which is one of the regions where sales to foreigners are intense, it will shift to the central districts due to the increase in purchasing power, in the city center of Istanbul, Besiktas, Kagithane, Esenler, Beylikduzu, Esenyurt, Zeytinburnu. Districts such as Basaksehir come to the fore.



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