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Any property investor who is looking for a market that is likely to provide high growth returns has to add Turkey to their list of prospects. One of the recommended investment property hotspots, there is still plenty of cheap property to be found in Turkey if you know where to look and what to buy. The Aegean and central Mediterranean coasts are both popular holiday destinations and property developments are spring up everywhere.

Although investors have been buying property in Turkey for some time, it should still be considered an emerging market and whilst process have risen in recent years, there is still plenty of room for capital growth.

Turkey therefore remains a popular destination for people to move to and buy investment property and prospects for capital growth remain strong. Rental incomes also remain buoyant if you know how to market your property and the best website to advertise a Turkish villa or apartment.

However, in order to rent a property in Turkey successfully, you still have to know what you are doing and you have to buy the right type of property, in the right area with the right location. A flying visit is not enough to be able to establish if the development you like is going to be the best investment.

A matter of a few hundred yards or the wrong side of a golf development can make an enormous difference. Furthermore, to make a profit on your Turkish property through rental income, you have to buy at the right price and many people over pay for a property because they have not done their research.


The cheapest property is not necessarily the best investment and what may appear to be a bargain is not always what it might seem. You need to get free advice from our property finders in Turkey.

Buying a villa or apartment because you have heard that people are making money out of investing in Turkey does not mean you will also be successful if you don't seek advice. People often get off the plane in Turkey with a single mission and that is to buy a property come what may. All sense of reason is often left on the plane and the idea of buying a property becomes their only intention.

The sun may be shining, the property appears well built and it may tick all your boxes. However, there are questions that you will need to have answered that you haven't thought to ask. Making the right decision, asking for advice, doing research and only buying a property if they can see a profit is sidelined against the must have it now scenario.

As someone involved in buying investment property to let, I am often flabbergasted by what some people have chosen to buy, the price they paid fore the property and the rental income they are expecting to get for it. Before I even ask the question, "What makes you think you can get generate that much income from your property?" I already know the answer - "the Turkish estate agent told me." Which of course he or she did; because they were trying to sell you the property.

If you are borrowing money to buy your property in Turkey it is essential that you do your sums. Base the purchase price on what you are likely to generate in income throughout the school holidays if you are buying a large villa. Large holiday parties are thin on the ground outside of the school holidays. Seek proper advice.


You cannot look on the internet and decide that because one villa is being advertised for a certain price in peak season, that you can do the same. Is the property actually getting any tenants, where is it, does it have sea views, is it on a popular golf course? Are just some of the questions you need to ask. The Turkish rental market is fickle in the same way as everywhere else.

Many properties remain empty throughout the winter months because the supply outstrips the demand. It is not a sellers market when it comes to renting property. The Turkish buy to let market does not generate income 52 weeks a year unless your prices are cut to the bone through the winter months. Everybody is trying to fill these weeks and unless you have bought keenly, you will lose money.

Our property advisors in Turkey provide a free professional property finding service; free because it is the Turkish property developers and estate agents who pay their fees. Our property advisors understand the market; know where to buy, what properties to buy, what type of property will let easily, how much you can really expect in rental income and how much you should really pay.

Talking to us can save you money and prevent expensive mistakes. Don't leave anything to chance

Our property finders in Turkey will negotiate with the Turkish property developers and estate agents on your behalf if they believe the price of a villa or apartment is over priced, which they often are. They will know if the property has been on the market for some time. They are often able to save their clients 10's of thousands of Euros.

Mistakes happen and some inexperienced property investors get their fingers burned for any one of a score of different reasons. Some purchasers get carried away in the excitement and the heat of the moment and discover too late that they have bought a Turkish property on the wrong side of a development or paid too much. Leave the searching and negotiating to the Turkish property experts. You will be amazed at how much you can save.

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