6 Reasons to Buy Property in Turkey Finding a perfect place to live or spend time with their families overseas is a common desire by most people. Everyone wants to live in a home that is safe and complemented by an alluring and friendly neighborhood. With so many countries to choose from around the world, […]
Travel and Tourism industry’s contribution to the Global GDP was more than 2 trillion US dollars, adding 2.9% to the global GDP in 2012. The World Travel & Tourism Council forecasts that the total contribution of travel and tourism to the GDP will reach USD 10.5 trillion by 2023 which in simple terms is a […]
The demand for property is constantly increasing with more investors wanting quality homes. Professor Unsal Ban added that people now want more from the property sector with the addition of more social and recreational areas as well as smart homes.
Turkey is vying for a place in the top five countries in the world that attract the greatest number of tourist visitors each year after enjoying a steady rise in foreign arrivals over the past decade. Turkish Tourism Minister Ertugrul Günay announced Turkey’s intention to remain competitive in the global tourism market at the opening […]
Turkey is currently proving to be a great investment in the current economic climate. As other countries struggle with debt Turkey is showing great promise, especially in property.
Turkey is now beginning to outperform countries like Spain and France in terms of investment after both countries have experienced difficulties during the tough economic climate. Despite property prices rising in Turkey they still remain affordable and offer a great investment into a country with a booming economy and tourist industry.
With more tourists now visiting the country and an increased number of property investors being able to buy real estate, Turkey is certainly going in the right direction for a booming economy.
Tourism in the country is expected to rise despite the eurozone crisis and with foreign investment across all sectors hitting $15.9 billion last year, 2012 is expected to see Turkey’s investment figure rise even further.
Tourism figures next year are expected to grow, especially now Turkey has had a successful year despite problems across the Euro Zone.