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Real Estate & Investment
Looking for investment? Searching for a holiday home? Moving overseas? Whatever your real estate preference, we have high quality and specially selected properties in our real estate listings. The properties are mainly in Istanbul and Antalya. You can easily search for a property in Turkey for sale on our website.
There are hundreds of new property projects launching every year in Turkey but we do not market the property that we do not believe in. We work with only reliable and financially strong developers in Turkey as a result of our researches. In our listings, we have apartments, flats, villas and home-offices which you can view at our Property section.
For more detailed information on our specially selected properties please do not hesitate to contact us.
- G-Villas in an 92.470 square meter lush area where 38 villa with gross 720 square meter positioned ; become prominent with eco-friendly, smart systems applications that enables energy saving...
Extra large gardens from 34 – 45 m² for the private use of ground floor apartments.
Exceptionally spacious roof terraces at 41.6 m² for the penthouses to help you create a private 'outdoor room'...
30% down payment with 0% interest 18 months payment plan
Beautiful, historic Istanbul is one of the most-visited cities in Europe - and its property market is booming as a result of this and a host of other factors, including a relatively stable political situation, good rental yields, and house prices that are generally lower than those of other major European cities.
We believe that Istanbul is one of the world's promising real estate projects and provides exciting opportunities for international investors.
The Wall Street Journal recently called Turkey "Eurasia's rising tiger", after the country's economy grew 11% yearon-year in the first quarter of 2011, outpacing powerhouse China. And Istanbul is booming as a property market and a tourism destination. A gateway between East and West since ancient times, Istanbul is one of the world's most cosmopolitan places - a travel hub to other great cities in Europe, Asia and the Middle East; one of the world's largest metropolises, with a population of more than 13 million people; and the world's 34th richest city by GDP, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Istanbul's property market is thriving, for several reasons. As tourism to Turkey is growing much faster than to any other European country, Istanbul has also now become the third most visited city in Europe after Paris and London. This rise in international popularity has landed it on the radar of many holiday home buyers in the EU and the US who are searching for overseas property.
Real-estate developer Donald Trump talks about the Turkish real estate market and economy outside Istanbul's Trump Tower
Qatar Airways will soon expand its services to to Istanbul.
The airline currently operates to three destinations in Turkey – Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (daily flights), Istanbul Ataturk Airport (10-flights-a-week) and Ankara (four-weekly-flights).
Qatar Airways group chief executive, HE Akbar Al Baker said: “The start of a double daily service from March next year will further strengthen our support for leisure and business travel to Istanbul.”
- Istanbul city centre and Ataturk Airport are only 10 minutes away.
- Surrounded by worldwide brand hotels such as Marriot, Holiday Inn and Wyndham
Qatar Airways boosts service to Turkey
Real estate dominates the investments of Turkey's wealthiest individuals, a latest list of the richest turks shows.
This contrasts with a finding in the global version of the same list which showed that most of the global rich generate their wealth from investments in technology…
Turkey’s wealthiest individuals invest in property, not technology
- Low rise apartments and the social facilities close to shopping malls, hospitals, schools, banks, restaurants etc. in Beylikduzu region in Istanbul.
- 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 flats with 6 blocks in 35.000 m2 project area.
45 km. to city center (Taksim), 25 km. to International Airport
Shopping malls, hospitals, hotels, banks, restaurants, schools within 5 minutes walking distance.
Huge green area - shops& supermarkets within project !
- Strong architectural identity and the social facilities integrated with nature welcomes you to a new lifestyle in Büyükcekmece.
- 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 flats, 2+1 duplex units, 4+1 penthouses, and 5+1 lofts with Marmara Sea and Buyukcekmece Lake view.
As a Business Member of the AIPP which is based in London, UK we have voluntarily committed ourselves to industry regulation and we also follow professional standards, and act with honesty, integrity and transparency.
Agents exist to sell property and in return, they receive a commission. The commission will vary, depending on the country and whether the property is new-build or resale. The commissions that agents abroad get are high. In Spain, for example, the average commission is 5 per cent, in Italy it can be 10 per cent. But in Turkey it is usually 3 per cent and this is quite reasonable comparing to other countries.
When picking a real estate agent you are going to need to know exactly what they are going to do for you - a good one should indicate what their role is and where their obligations stop, be suspicious if they accept everything you demand or ask or even if they tell you that they can solve everything.
Usually the agent is acting for the private vendor or developer even though they are working closely with you, the purchaser. In Turkey, it is a little bit different or at least for our company that we are always working as a fair, unbiased and honest middleman. We always do our best to make both sides happy with the buying and selling process of real estate.
Do not make the mistake of assuming that because an agent is receiving a commission, it is their responsibility if a problem arises with the property, they are there to facilitate the purchase. But on the other hand, a good agent will help you with issues and will attempt to resolve any problems, errors for you. A good agent should have carried out their own due diligence before agreeing to sell a particular property so they are comfortable the buyer is getting what they see.
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