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Expectations for Turkey’s Real Estate Market in 2022

Expectations for Turkey’s Real Estate Market in 2022

Renowned for its strategic location, historical importance, and rich geographical diversity, Turkey has played an important role, especially in recent years, in making Turkey's real estate sector the most attractive investment destination for investors around the world. Investment in Turkey's real estate market is doubling every year as Turkey offers the most favorable returns to investors. The real...

Ordu city

Ordu is a port city on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, historically known as Kotiora, and the capital of the Ordu Province in the city center with 217,640 inhabitants. It is located at the foot of a green hill and is one of the most peaceful and green places which is why they call it the “Oxygen City”. Ordu has a mild climate with cool summers and heavy rains in winters. Thanks to the rainy weather,...

Nişantaşı Luxurious District

Istanbul's Nişantaşı, parallel to London's Chelsea or New York's Upper East Side, was dominated by strawberry orchards in the 18th century. It was here that the Sultan's soldiers trained their targets, hence the name Nisantasi, meaning "target stone". ​​Nişantaşı neighborhood was built in Sisli as a unique achievement and statement, it has become a prestigious area dedicated to Istanbul's...

Turkey During Winter

Turkey is known as a favorite tourist destination in summer, but those visiting in winter are in for a treat. It's as exciting, beautiful and dynamic as the second half. Hotel and rental prices drop substantially from November through to March, meaning you can snag a great accommodation deal at this time of year. Visiting Istanbul The first thing to do is take a stroll through Taksim Square,...

Istanbul Top Universities

Turkey is already a sustainable tourist destination. In 2017, around 40 million tourists from all over the world visited Turkey, making it the 10th most popular holiday destination. The Turkish government wants to spread this popularity to the international student market. The number of international students choosing to study in Turkey has increased significantly compared to the 2015/16 academic year....

Istanbul Most Famous Malls

Aside from the Grand Bazaar and its history, Istanbul is famous for its luxurious and modern shopping centers and malls. Here we will mention and talk about Istanbul's most famous shopping malls. İstinye Park İstinye Park is a shopping center in the Istinye district of Istanbul, Turkey, with 291 stores and 4 floors of underground parking. The center has a closed section and an open section. The...

Sariyer District

Sariyer is the northernmost region of Istanbul, Turkey, located in the European part of the city. The region is a large village area on the European side of the Bosphorus. Sariyer also dominates the Black Sea coast west of the Bosphorus, including the village of Kilios. Its neighbors are Eyüp in the northwest, Beşiktaş in the south, and Kağıthane in the west. It is known as a neighborhood of...

The Anatolian Side

Istanbul is the only metropolis in the world located on two continents. Europe and Asia are separated by the Bosphorus Strait, which connects the Sea of ​​Marmara and the Black Sea. Three very large suspension bridges connect Istanbul's European and Asian coasts. Many pioneers stop by Sultanahmet on the European side to see all the tourist attractions such as Topkapi Palace, Suzo Basilica,...

Why you should invest in Turkey

Turkey is famous for its people’s hospitality, Mediterranean weather and geopolitical location, making it an important center for attracting local and foreign investors in various sectors, especially tourism and real estate, which has attracted a lot of attention from investors. The natural beauty of Asia and Europe, which has a high proportion of young people, was one of the main reasons why...

The Canakkale Bridge

The Canakkale Bridge, also known as the Dardanelles Bridge in 1915, is a suspension bridge under construction in the Canakkale province in northwestern Turkey in the outskirts of Istanbul. Located south of the cities of Lapseki and Gelibolu, the bridge crosses the Dardanelles, about 10 km south of the Sea of ​​Marmara. Construction of the suspension bridge across the Dardanelles began in 2017. Until...

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