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Brits moving abroad ‘likely to choose Turkey’

Halifax International 22.07.2009
Turkey Real Estate, crisis hits but ‘green shoots’ emerge 2nd quarter

There has been a visible slowdown in all components of Turkey’s real estate market, including retail, office, logistics and hotels, during the first half of the year, according to a new report from a real estate investment firm.

Brits moving abroad ‘likely to choose Turkey’

Turkey is likely to become increasingly popular among Britons moving abroad for retirement, it has been suggested.

Turkey a door to region’s markets

Hurriey DailyNews 26.06.2009
Crisis hits Turkish real estate, but ‘green shoots’ emerge

The real estate market in Turkey has been heavily affected by the global crisis in the first half of the year, according to a report by Jones Lang LaSalle. But the report also notes rising consumer confidence and retail sales, the so-called ‘green shoots’ that hint at an improvement in the second half

Turkey a door to region’s markets

ISTANBUL - US-based companies are increasingly interested in Turkey, as they consider the country as a gateway to markets, such as northern Iraq, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, says Rahşan Cebe, chairwoman of the American Business Forum in Turkey. Construction sector is especially attractive, she says

Hilton Expands Turkey Portfolio

Hotel News Resource 25.06.2009
Hilton Expands Turkey Portfolio

Hilton and Hampton by Hilton properties expected to open in Bursa in 2011

Turkey 'perfect alternative' for property buyers

TURKEY is the ideal alternative for international property investors looking to make a purchase outside the eurozone, it has been suggested.

Badea Clifford Chance assisted in 101-mln euro real estate financing in Turkey

Badea Clifford Chance lawfirm has advised another transaction in Southeast Europe, having recently assisted UniCredit Bank Austria and Yapi Kredi, one of the largest Turkish private banks, in connection with the 101-mln euro financing for the development of Optimum Shopping Center, located in Turkey.

Residential real estate investments in Istanbul yield a real earning of 0.54% in April 2009

Residential real estate investments in six major Turkish cities have caused a profit to the investors in real terms in April 2009, according to Reidin.com, the world's first and leading global online information services provider, with Istanbul and Bursa emerging at the top of the list by recording profits in real terms of 0.54% apiece; followed by Adana and Ankara, both with 0.52%.

Turkey Property Presents a Rare Investment Opportunity

Turkey is without doubt one of the rising stars in the tourism world, with recent studies ranking it above the traditional destinations of Spain, and Italy.

Turkey is among the best countries in Europe for property investment.

When you look at the great balance of investment potential versus property prices, Turkey is among the best countries in Europe for property investment. Quality properties are holding their value during the credit-crunch, and with tourism set to rise to 30 million this year, and EU entry on the distant horizon the signs are good for rapidly increasing prices once the world gets back on its financial feet.


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