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Turkey is one of the fastest growing emerging markets for property investors and Investors are attracted by government incentives, strong GDP growth,, and a booming tourism sector. The country is divided into 81 provinces, 30 of which are coastal and include some of the most attractive investment opportunities. Incentives include a citizenship program launched in 2018 offering expedited Turkish citizenship to foreigners who buy more than $250,000 worth of real estate in the country. The Turkish property market is recovering from a significant dip and is being driven by growing demand from domestic buyers and foreign investors.


Turkey is one of the fastest-growing emerging markets for property investors.

Turkey is one of the fastest-growing emerging markets for property investors. With a population of 75 million, Turkey's economy is growing at an average of 4% per year and its GDP per capita is $10,500. The country's economy is expected to grow by 3.9% in 2019 and 3.8% in 2020, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


* - Source: IMF World Economic Outlook Database April 2019


Investors are attracted by government incentives, strong GDP growth and a booming tourism sector.


Turkey's economy has grown at an average of 5%,, over the past decade. The country's membership in the EU Customs Union gives it access to the European market and allows investors to benefit from EU funding for projects such as transport infrastructure and energy projects.


The tourism sector is booming, with a record number of tourists visiting in 2018 (around 30 million). Investors are attracted by government incentives, strong GDP growth and a booming tourism sector.


The country is divided into 81 provinces, 30 of which are coastal and include some of the most attractive investment opportunities.


Turkey is divided into 81 provinces, 30 of which are coastal and include some of the most attractive investment opportunities..


The country's most popular destinations for property buyers are Istanbul, Antalya and the Aegean coast.


Incentives include a citizenship program launched in 2018 offering expedited Turkish citizenship to foreigners who buy more than $250,000 worth of real estate in the country.


Incentives include a citizenship program launched in 2018 offering expedited Turkish citizenship to foreigners who buy more than $250,000 worth of real estate in the country. The program is available only to non-Muslim foreigners and their spouses, who must live in Turkey for at least five years before they can apply for citizenship.


The Turkish property market is recovering from a significant dip and is being driven by growing demand from domestic buyers and foreign investors.


Turkey's economy is growing fast, and the property market is recovering from a significant dip. The Turkish property market has been driving by growing demand from domestic buyers and foreign investors. The demand for properties in Turkey is high because of its proximity to Europe, low cost of living and high-quality amenities such as healthcare and education services.


Turkey's economy grew by 7% in 2018 compared with 5% growth in 2017 (World Bank). This makes it one of Europe's fastest growing economies at present time!


The Turkish government offers generous grants to foreign investors, but there are limits on how much land can be owned by non-Turkish citizens and some restrictions on where property can be bought.


The Turkish government offers generous grants to foreign investors, but there are limits on how much land can be owned by non-Turkish citizens and some restrictions on where property can be bought.


A foreigner can own property in any Turkish province except Eastern Anatolia (which includes the cities of Van and Hakkari) , the Black Sea region and border provinces -- a law created as a result of the Syrian civil war.


The most popular destinations for property buyers in Turkey are Istanbul, Antalya and the Aegean coast. These areas attract buyers because they offer something unique.


The most popular destinations for property buyers in Turkey are Istanbul, Antalya and the Aegean coast. These areas attract buyers because they offer something unique.


Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world due to its rich history and culture. It's also home to some of the best beaches on this side of Europe!


Antalya is a coastal cit y that attracts tourists from around the world due to its warm weather and beautiful beaches but also because it's considered one of Turkey's safest cities with an excellent international airport nearby (Antalya Airport).


The Aegean coast has been attracting European buyers since ancient times thanks to its beautiful landscape which includes mountains, forests and picturesque villages along with plenty of sandy beaches perfect for swimming during summer months or just relaxing under palm trees while listening to waves crashing onto shoreline rocks below!


Foreigners can own property in any Turkish province except Eastern Anatolia, the Black Sea region and border provinces -- a law created as a result of the Syrian civil war.


Foreigners can own property in any Turkish province except Eastern Anatolia, the Black Sea region and border provinces -- a law created as a result of the Syrian civil war.


In Turkey, you can buy land and build on it as long as your plot is over 50 square meters (538 sq ft) and has legal permission to build onit.


Some restrictions apply to individual investors who want to buy Turkish property but are not citizens of Turkey or another country that has reciprocity agreements with Turkey, such as the U.S., Canada or Japan (these countries allow each other's citizens to own property).


Some restrictions apply to individual investors who want to buy Turkish property but are not citizens of Turkey or another country that has reciprocity agreements with Turkey, such as the U.S., Canada or Japan (these countries allow each other's citizens to own property).


For example:

If you're an American citizen who wants to buy a house in Istanbul and live there permanently, it may be difficult for you because only Turkish citizens can own houses in Turkey. However. if your spouse is Turkish then he/she can purchase the house on behalf of both of them together as joint owners (and vice versa). In this case neither spouse needs permission from anyone else - including their bank - before purchasing real estate property located within Turkey's borders; however if one spouse dies without having made arrangements beforehand then the surviving partner will have problems accessing funds deposited into joint accounts because those funds would belong solely under his/her name alone.."


So let's say thatTurkey is a stable country with strong economic growth and a growing population. It presents an opportunity for investors who want to diversify their portfolios, especially if they're looking for more exposure in emerging markets outside Asia. Turkey offers some of the best opportunities for foreign investors because it's home to some of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe -- such as Istanbul, Antalya and Bodrum - making it easy for visitors from around the world to visit when considering buying property here.
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