The average price per square meter of real estate in Turkey in August of the last year 2016 has reached 2630 Turkish lira, while in August this price reached 2805 Turkish lira. There are 20 districts across Turkey that have taken the lead in real estate investing.
Istanbul's Bishektash district topped the list of the most expensive areas in Istanbul and Turkey, with the price per square meter in the region reaching 15,251 Turkish liras.
The second place came in the bekoz district, where the price per square meter reached TRY 10.141. Bakirkoy came in third place, with the price per square meter reaching 9.324 Turkish liras. While in Sarayar this price became 8,824 Turkish liras, and in kadikoy it was 8.133 Turkish liras. In an area divided into TRY 7,083, in Piaglou to TRY 7,188, the regions of Atashheer, Adalar, Shishli, Ayub, Uskudar, Maltaba, Narli Dara, Fateh, Gozal Blatche, Kucukcekmece, Orla, Zitnburno, and Kaget are listed in the following rankings.
The Turkish capital Ankara saw an increase in real estate prices by an average of 7 percent, rising over the last year from 1,700 to 1,184 Turkish lira on average.
While the city of Izmir, on the other hand, a very high turnout in terms of real estate. Where real estate prices increased during one year by 12 percent, and the price per square meter to 2625 Turkish lira.
While the price per square meter in the city of Bursa reached 19 percent and the price per square meter to 2174 Turkish lira.
This has increased the price per square meter in the city of Antalya tourism and real estate has seen a great turnout. Where real estate prices increased during one year by 4 percent, and the price per square meter to 1992 Turkish lira.
The price per square meter has also increased in the tourist city of Antalya and real estate has seen a strong turnout. Where real estate prices increased during one year by 4 percent, and the price per square meter to 1992 Turkish lira.
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