The most valuable district in the Turkish real estate market at the last quarter of 2022 is Sariyer, Besiktas ve Cesme.
Entering the last quarter of 2022, the most valuable districts in the Turkish real estate market became a matter of curiosity. Within the scope of the study carried out by Endeksacom, which makes real estate value analysis supported by artificial intelligence, taking into account the average values in the real estate market, Sariyer is determined as the most valuable district of Turkey, followed by Besiktas and Cesme.
While the average property price in Sariyer was 9 million 75 thousand 312 Turkish Liras, the average price in Besiktas was 9 million 2 thousand 868 Turkish Liras, and 7 million 684 thousand 340 Turkish Liras in Cesme. The list of most valuable districts in the Turkish real estate market includes 7 districts from Istanbul, 1 from Izmir, 1 from Mugla and 1 from Antalya.
The average residential square meter price in Sariyer was 63 thousand 45 Turkish Liras now it raised to 9 million 75 thousand 312 Turkish Liras.
Besiktas, which ranks 2nd in the list of the most valuable districts, the average residence square meter is 61 thousand 503 Turkish Liras; Housing prices in Cesme, which ranks 3rd in the list, have increased by 147% in the last 1 year. While the average residential square meter price in Cesme is 45 thousand 247 Turkish Liras; The average price reached 7 million 684 thousand 340 Turkish Liras.
When we look at the list, the central districts of Istanbul on the Bosphorus strip and Turkey's most popular holiday destinations stand out first. These districts, with their location, natural beauties and sociological structures, are the places where the middle-upper part of Turkey lives and wants to live.
These districts, where the heart of economy, commerce, culture, art and tourism beats, always have an important value. Although the housing prices are high, the value increase is still very fast in these districts. When we look at the annual value increases, we see that there are increases of up to 336%.