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Turkey enjoyed a surprise surge in tourism last summer after its currency collapsed and foreign holidaymakers flocked to the country to take advantage of more favorable prices.

The exchange rate has made houses more affordable for foreigners who want to buy a property in Turkey. Now the most ideal time to buy a property in Turkey. You may the owner of a cheap property yet there are more tastes of Turkey can offer. Let's look at other opportunities offered by Turkey.

Turkey’s pretty beach resorts, affordable lifestyle, bargain holiday homes are once again proving irresistible to foreigners with 2018 shaping up to be a bumper year. In 2016, Turkey suffered a steep fall in interest from overseas tourists and property-buyers, due a period of political disruption and its proximity to the war in Syria. But today, all signs point to a turn-around.

Resorts along Turkey's pretty Mediterranean and Aegean coastlines remain hot spots for foreign homeowners and one of those enjoying a rise in popularity is Alanya.

Alanya, Feel Fresh Feel Warm

Alanya is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey's southern coast. It has a warm climate throughout the year. It is an ideal destination for those who need sun in winter too. Alanya has beautiful nature and a very rich historical heritage (including Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empire). That's why Alanya has so much to offer.

It’s a lovely place to spend time, eating out is especially good value and enjoyable.

If you want to buy a property for investment or you just want to buy a second home to live in Alanya, both are great decisions. As Realtor, We’ll be glad to assist you with your search for your ideal home in Alanya. Our team of experts are waiting to hear your requests.

Istanbul - Cultural and Cutting Edge

With its exotic and interesting culture of east-west synthesis, colorful bazaars and vibrant, urban lifestyle, Istanbul has all the exciting possibilities that you might want in a city. However, in recent years, most foreign interest has come from investors tapping into the buy-to-let opportunities in its mushrooming residential districts, such as Bahçeşehir, Esenyurt, and Beylikdüzü.

Istanbul is a city that continues to develop at a global pace by the government's willingness to attract foreign investment and three "Megaprojects” including İstanbul’s new airport which is set as one of the largest air hubs in the world after all phases are completed in 2023.

Turkey is back in favour with international holidaymakers, with 2018 set to be a record year for tourism.  Demands of buying property of holidaymakers have increased intensively. The interest of foreigners, especially in the coastal areas of the country, is on the rise too with destinations such as Antalya, Alanya, Kuşadası, Bodrum, Datça offering great value second homes.

According to TUIK, Turkish Statistics Institute, properties bought by foreign buyers figures increased by %81,9 in January 2019. 3168 houses have been sold. Istanbul ranked first with 1361 houses in January 2019. Istanbul was followed by Antalya with 601 houses, Ankara with 182 houses, Yalova with 177 houses and Yalova with 162 houses. Most of them were bought by Iraqi citizens. Iraqi citizens in January 2019 bought 605 houses in Turkey. Iraq was followed by Iran with 305 residences, Russia with 195, Afghanistan with 191, and Jordan with 151 houses.