You can find here the latest news about properties in Turkey, or notes about the updates in our web sites.
More and more visitors are flocking to Turkey every year
Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey – Alanya to Istanbul
Discover the captivating world of music and the arts in Istanbul
The fall in value of Turkish Lira is great news for property buyers
Gazipaşa Airport is being expanded to accommodate the increasing number of foreign travellers to Turkey
New Home in Turkey Team is coming to Helsinki to attend the property exhibition on the 29th and 30th of March
We are coming back to Gothenburg to attend the property exhibition on the 22nd and 23rd February
New Home in Turkey Team is coming to Gothenburg to attend the property exhibition on the 5th and 6th of october
The newly operational airport of Gazipasa-Alanya keeps on attracting new airliners, and the last one to join the group is surely the biggest one!
New Home in Turkey is proud to announce our participation in no less than 5 exhibitions in Scandinavia, this winter.
The first scheduled flight of Pegasus Airlines to Alanya-Gazipasa Airport from Istanbul has successfully landed on the 17th of December 2012 and has opened a new era for the whole Alanya region.
The municipality of Mahmutlar has recently approved the construction of a new shopping center said to become the largest in the Alanya region.
Air Pegasus, one of Turkey's largest private carrier, and mostly known for its low cost rates, has recently announced its new flights to the new Alanya-Gazipasa Airport.
Turkey has much to offer Italian companies in reaching Balkan and Arab Spring nations, says the head of the Union of Italian Chambers.
Foreigners from any country in the world can now buy property in Turkey. Yesterday saw the Turkish parliament adopt a bill dropping reciprocity from the laws governing foreign ownership in Turkey
Jordan and Turkey have been discussing further cooperation in the field of tourism, and are expected shortly to unveil new joint tourism packages aimed at long-haul tourists.
Turkish Airlines is to launch its 20th US route in Houston, Texas by the end of this year, according to Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan, speaking at a dinner sponsored by the Texas Turkish-American Chamber of Trade (TTACC) in Houston.
The well-known German car manufacturer Volkswagen AG is currently in talks with Turkish officials as it is considering building a manufacturing facility in the country.
Turkey has plans for 20,000 MW of wind farm capacity, and the government intends to install 400 MW of wind power by the end of this year at a cost of around $500 million.
A major British pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline has chosen to relocate its offices currently servicing the Middle East and North African (MENA) markets from Dubai to Istanbul.
Residential property in Istanbul is still in high demand, with prices still continuing to rise.
It has been nine months since the Turkish Prime Minister announced Istanbul's Canal project, but officials have at last begun surveying land for the construction of the canal.
In the wake of the recent earthquakes in Turkey, the government has announced plans to demolish all buildings which don't meet stringent building controls, and a draft law has been prepared with help from 30 experts.
According to Turkish economists, Turkey is still very attractive destination for international investors but needs to continue pushing through structural reforms
According to Jones Lang LaSalle, the Turkish economy will see the fastest growth in Europe between now and 2015.
Turkey is to begin producing its first national helicopter within the next five years as authorities have already launched a program for its design and development.
According to the president of the Turkish Exporters Assembly, Mehmet Buyukeksi, olive oil and olive exports should reach $300 million this year
The Brazilian president, Dilmer Roussef was in Ankara last week, and commented on the opportunities offered for Turkey and Brazil by the economic crisis.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has extended its financing facility to Turkish banks to help support energy efficiency and renewable energy projects which will decrease carbon emissions and increase energy savings
According to a top executive of a globally renowned hotel chain, the hotel market in Turkey is one of the most promising in the developing markets in the world
Businessmen from Egypt have visited Turkey for the first time since the uprising in February, and are looking for ways to resume ties with the country as there have already been deepening relations between Turkey and Egypt since the uprising.
According to statistics from the Turkish Statistics Institute, the country was the fastest-growing economy in the world during the first half of this year
According to data from the Land Registries Directorates Foreign Affairs Unit, the majority of foreign buyers are the British, Germans and the Greeks.
The Turkish government as just announced a new decree which will return all confiscated immovable property belonging to minority foundations in the country
According to the ReidIn Turkey Residential Property Price Index, residential property prices in Turkey are steadily increasing as buyers look for larger properties.
Although the two countries already have close cultural and ethnic links, recently they have been concentrating on forging new links based on economic and political cooperation which will be mutually beneficial.
Turkish property company Krea Real Estate and Pradera Europe have become joint venture partners who are seeking to raise €250 million of equity for a €500 million Turkish shopping centre fund, which is exclusively for institutional investors.
The Cyprus conflict has long been a sticking point between Turkey and the EU, and Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu recently reiterated the fact that Turkey will not recognise the Greek Cypriot presidency of the European Union unless a deal to reunify Cyprus can be reached before this time.
A newly founded association in Turkey will offer Turkish entrepreneurs capital for start up ventures.
According to the president of one of Turkey's most prominent business associations, the trade between Turkey and Chile could potentially double to reach $1 billion within the next three years.
Turkey voted resoundingly to re-elect the AKP and the current Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and now the country can resume normal business and attend to pressing economic affairs.
The numbers of visitors arriving in Turkey has increased quite substantially in recent months. The figure of 6,000,000 visitors recorded in the first four months of this year is a 21% increase on the same period last year.
Istanbul Property market continues to grow as the population expands. According to data from the Turkeys Address Based Population Registration System (ADNKS), the rate of migration more than doubled during 2009 and 2010
The tender for the privatisation of a majority stake in natural gas distributor Baskent Dogalgaz is to go ahead in June or July according to an announcement made by the Minister of Finance, Mehmet Simsek
Property prices in Turkey are continuing to increase. According to data from the Association of Real Estate Investment Companies (GYODER) house prices in 2011 are rising at a rate of around 6% per year.
According to the latest figures Turkish industrial production grew 10.4% year on year in March. This has led to the Foreign Trade Minister Zafer Caglayan saying that 2011 has all the signs of being a record year for exports.
Alanya's Gazipasa airport has welcomed its first international flight. After making two flyovers to impress the celebrating crowd, the Boeing 737 from Holland landed to a roaring cheer.
Turkey and Iran have just opened a third border crossing at Kapikoy in eastern Turkey and it is viewed as a symbol of the countries increasing friendship and regional cooperation efforts.
A statement just released by Standard and Poor's said that the outlook for Turkey remained positive.
Turkey, as part of the Central and Eastern European region is benefiting from the rapid recovery being seen in the German economy, says a leading expert in the field
According to the latest data from the culture and tourism ministry, British tourism to Turkey grew 10% in 2010 compared to 2009.
How will Turkish trade with unstable countries be affected?
A Strange Week for Turkey-EU Relations
A look at how the reforms made to the banking system and its policies were responsible for its being insulated against the current crisis
Turkey has been highlighted as a prime example of how a devout Muslim country can also be a democracy
Turkey has been highlighted as a prime example of how a devout Muslim country can also be a democracy
It's likely that Turkey’s ties to Egypt will deepen if Mubarak steps down.
Figures released for December by the Turkey Residential Property Price Indices show that Turkey Property prices are on the increase with prices up in five major locations.
The British Minister for Defence, Liam Fox has recently been paying a visit to Turkey to meet with Vecdi Gonul, the Minister for Defence in Turkey.
Turkey is proving itself to be a key player in the Middle East after years of being left out in the cold, as it spent last week acting as a referee to try and resolve a diplomatic dispute.
Turkey is growing increasingly impatient over its European Union membership bid, especially as it feels that it has completed most political and economic reforms which were demanded by the European commission.
Turkey continues to go from strength to strength with the Governor of the Central bank of Turkey saying that growth in the last quarter of 2010 is likely to be higher than the rate of economic expansion recorded in the previous quarter.
New Home in Turkey, a Turkey based agent offering Turkish properties to international clients, has announced the launch of its new Norwegian site, newhomeinturkey.com/no.
According to Tanes, GYODER is forecasting a 10% rise in construction permits, a 20% rise in mortgage credit, an 8-10% growth in real estate investment and steady growth in prices and rents for the year ahead.
The Brookings institute this week named Istanbul as the fastest growing city in the world, with GDP per capita growing 5.5% in 2010.
The Turkish ski scene is set to be boosted by a new top class resort. The resort, which has just opened in Seki, an hour outside Fethiye offers World Class facilities, great skiing, all round rental potential and the capital growth potential that comes from investing in a new area.
2011 looks set to be a very bright year indeed for Turkish property. While the latest data from Turkstat shows growth slowing to 5.5% from the 10.3% recorded in Q2, this still leaves it on track to meet the 8.2% prediction for the year as a whole set out by the OECD.
Turkey is to be the hottest property investment destination in the world next year according to Write About Property.
Turkey property continues to be of great interest to foreign investors who have watched this fast growing economy with interest.
Easyjet have launched a series of new flights from Gatwick airport, one of which is to the upcoming Turkish resort of Izmir.
The Ağaoğlu Group, has bought a 241,954-square-meter parcel in the Maslak district of Istanbul, a main financial center in the city.
The strong economy and massively growing tourism figures are giving birth to predictions that Turkey will be one of the hottest property markets in 2011
Netherland's based ING has stated the country is a key country to its growth, as it aims to become the fifth largest bank in Turkey, according to one of its executives.
The Turkish economy is growing rapidly this year. According to data from Turkstat, Turkish GDP grew 11% in the first half of this year compared to last year
The latest Private Equity Confidence Survey (PECS) from Deloitte, which surveyed 50 investors in Turkish companies in September, has concluded that investor confidence in Turkey is back to 2007 levels
Belek is to be the host of the International Golf Travel Market event organised by Reed Travel Exhibitions
The Turkish property market is fuelled by increasing touristic income
A Dutch retail property fund continues to invest heavily in Istanbul, proving it has a lot of faith in Istanbul's status as a rapidly emerging city.
Istanbul's airport capacity is set to be increased dramatically by a third airport, now that the mayor has given the project the green light.
State-owned Turkish developer Emlak Konut planned to sell of a 25% share in the company.
Passenger numbers through the Antalya airport are up around 10% compared to last year according to recent data.
Internationally recognised luxury hotel chain Hilton are to open a 144 room hotel in the Fugla district of Alanya on Turkey's Mediterranean coast
With each passing week and month Turkey continues to impress investors more and more.
Turkey's largest bank Isbank have signed an agreement to buy Bank Sofia, a Closed Joint Stock company based in Moscow
is now the second best investment in the world of overseas property according business professionals
New Home in Turkey has released stats about buying trends in Turkey
French foreign minister Mr. Kouchner brings highest level support to Turkey
Turkish bonds are once again back on the Swiss menu, and seem to be flavour of the month as well.
The International Monetary Fund has increased its forecast for growth in the Turkish economy for the second time in the last 12 months.
Latest released figures show that Turkey Property is star among Overseas Property Investors
The Turkish government continues to invest heavily in infrastructure development projects.
Low budget buyers are staging a comeback to the Turkish property market in the last couple of months according to New Home in Turkey.
The Turkish finance minister of leading German carmaker Mercedes Benz has stated his frustration that Germany has not eased visa-restrictions on travel between Germany and Turkey.
Turkish property is the best residential property investment in Europe according to a new report by well respected international property publication Global Property Guide.
Well, Turkey voted Yes in the referendum on constitutional reform. We have been saying that a yes vote of 60% or more would be a good sign for overseas property investors, and the yes vote of 59% is close enough.
Turkey could come close to the 30 million visitor target set during the boom this year, according to industry professionals
Turkstat, the Turkish Statistical Institute is to release the next set of GDP figures on Turkish Gross Domestic Product this time next week
Readers of the prestigious and prominent Condé Nast Traveller’s magazine have voted Turkey as their favourite destination.
According to the latest data from Turkstat, Turkish exports grew 6% in July this year compared to last year.
In another sign that the Turkish construction industry is booming, Turkish paint producer Polisan Boya A.Ş grew 38% in the first half of 2010.
Izmir is set to become one of Turkey's top regions, as foreign companies and bodies join the Turkish and Izmir authorities in investing heavily in the regions development.
Poland's former president and Nobel laureate Lech Walesa has insisted that Turkey must be admitted to the European Union
The Turkish economy is currently growing strongly, but as most people know the biggest economic problem Turkey faces is massive unemployment.
You can’t fail to notice the massive rise in Turkey’s profile as an international tourism and overseas property hotspot over the last 18 months.
Thomas Cook has said that it will focus on selling high-end holidays to Turkey as it drives to improve its fortunes after an abysmal year.
The first half of Istanbul’s year of festivals has passed, with the most recent event being the 17th International Istanbul Jazz Festival
Turkey’s tourism revenues rose by 7.4 percent in the second quarter of the year, coupled with an 8.2 percent increase in the number of tourists to the country.
A report from Skyscanner, one of the most influent flight comparison portal on the web, has listed Turkey as one of the most searched holiday destinations in the UK
There has been massive growth in the Turkish property market, it has been claimed.
The long awaited airport of Gazipasa-Alanya has finally opened its door, and expectations are great regarding its effects on the property market
Investors who have bought property in Turkey will be pleased to hear that interest in the country from holidaymakers is likely to last all year round.
Good news for Alanya Gazipasa Airport! The first commercial flight has landed and regular flights from and to Istanbul will start as of July 13!
The Turkish economy is continuing its rapid exit from 2009’s global credit crunch, with the latest figures suggesting growing economic activity in various fields of the market.
A record 32,000 Britons now own property in Turkey, according to the latest data
The Turkish economy expanded at the breakneck speed of 11.7 percent in the first quarter of 2010 over the same period a year ago, suggesting a strong recovery from the severe recession that took a profound toll on the global economy.
Turkey is becoming increasingly popular with British property investors due to attractive gross rental yields and low property prices, property experts say.
A rising number of individuals may deem 2010 to be the year to take advantage of any properties for sale in Turkey, it has been suggested.
After a long period of stagnation due to an unprecedented global crisis, Turkey is back on the agenda of foreign investors, according to Alpaslan Korkmaz, Turkey’s foreign investment czar. Companies from Kuwait, China and India are leading the pack in planning new investments in Turkey, according to the Investment Support and Promotion Agency
Property investors looking for the best place to buy in Europe should consider looking at the Turkish real estate market, it has been suggested.
A steady increase in the number of mortgage quotes being given for Turkish properties has been seen over the past year, it has been claimed.
Pegasus Airlines, one of Turkey's major low cost airline company in Turkey, newly announced their new route to Stockholm
Everything is going well with last formalities for the opening of the Alanya-Gazipasa Airport
A 10-percent increase in the number of Russian tourists visiting the southern province of Antalya is expected this year following the lifting of visa requirements between Turkey and Russia.
With one of Europe's fasted growing population, Istanbul is most definitely a location to watch closely by all property investors
Today when Bodrum is one of Turkey’s prime holiday hotspots, it’s hard to believe that it was once a place to which those who had fallen foul of the authorities were exiled.
Turkey’s economy may expand 6.8 percent this year, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said, almost doubling its previous forecast after a rebound in exports.
Turkey will begin operating its first small-size commercial flight as of Friday. BoraJet will launch Turkey's first small-size commercial air transportation from Istanbul to the central city of Tokat on Friday by a Turboprop ATR 72-500 propeller plane.
Turkey has been hailed as a good place for Britons to invest in property due to it not having the euro as its currency.
Istanbul, Turkey’s biggest city, ranks at the top in real estate development expectations, according to a joint report by PricewaterHouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute, or ULI.
Real estate values in Turkey have slowly begun to increase again during March, demonstrating the strength of its economy, it has been claimed.
Property investors with real estate in Turkey will be pleased by news that tourist visits to the country jumped last year, with more holidaymakers looking for cheap destinations.
Individuals looking to purchase property in Turkey will be pleased to hear that a new airport is due to open in the Alanya region of the country - after a decade-long delay.
While the construction work at the Gazipasa - Alanya airport comes to an end, flights are already scheduled for May
While uncertainty remains in many western European countries many are looking abroad for short and long term returns
Real estate in Turkey is set to receive a further boost after news emerged that plans were underway to transform the cities of Istanbul and Ankara into leading education, art and commerce destinations.
Buying an apartment overlooking a motorway five miles from Istanbul airport is not the stuff of holiday home dreams. Seaside resorts on the Aegean and southern coasts around Marmaris, Altinkum and Bodrum would be better for that. But it might well make a good deal more money.
Pegasus Airlines, Easyjet and Monarch will all be flying new services to the country during 2010, highlighting the growing popularity of the non-eurozone destination.
Almost recovered from the global economic meltdown, Turkey’s mortgage sector is rejuvenating itself, with a daily average of 1,000 to 1,200 home loans extended to prospective homeowners
Martin Rosenberg, who’s British and lives in Belek, loves Turkey so much that he’s found an innovative way to promote the country. He tells us about his Web site and what he appreciates about Turkey, the golfing opportunities in particular.
The Turkish property market is set for yet another boost as new marinas help the country become a major yachting destination.
The number of foreigners residing in Turkey is steadily increasing. Naturally this rise is reflected in a soaring number of expat communities: For some years, foreign-run clubs and associations have been spreading like mushrooms across the country!
Turkey has established itself as one of the major destinations for international property development in the past few years, it has been claimed.
Easyjet has launched the addition of more new flights from the UK to Turkey, which will further boost tourism and property in the country
Turkey distinguish itself from other popular holiday property destinations with incredible offers attracting more and more property investors to the country
Investors looking to Turkey may be pleased to hear news that Pegasus Airlines is launching additional flights to the country from the UK.
Passenger transit at Turkish airports rose at a rate of 7.3 percent last year, led by a significant increase at Sabiha Gökçen airport on the Asian side of Istanbul, the state airports authority said
“Made any friends yet?” was a question frequently asked by anxious friends and relatives back in the UK when I first settled in Antalya four years ago.
Turkey's exchange rate with sterling has made it more popular with British holidaymakers, Marks & Spencers (M&S) has said.
The real-estate industry in Turkey has displayed significant growth over the past two months, benefiting from the banks’ decision to lower mortgage rates to below 1 percent.
Turkey has become an ideal place for Britons who wish to go overseas to hire a holiday home during the tough economic climate, it has been stated.
Looking for the perfect place for a family holiday property in 2010? Turkey may just be it. Now Britain's Mediterranean escape of choice, over 2 million British holidaymakers visited last year - many of them families.
Turkish tourism has not been hit by the global economic crisis as badly as its competitors in Europe, according to numbers released Wednesday.
Istanbul, No:1 on the list of places to visit on 2010 according to Times Online
Construction in the new and much awaited airport of Gazipasa - Alanya is continuing. After the first landing of a private jet, now is the turn to expand the runway to international norms
Turkey is currently great value for British travellers. But you have to venture beyond the traditional holiday centres to unearth its finest gems
The company said that while bookings remained well down on a cumulative basis, there had been a resurgence in the past four weeks, boosted by British demand for holidays in non-euro destinations, such as Turkey.
As New Home in Turkey, %100 customer satisfaction comes first. This is why we always are looking to improve ourselves to meet our customers expectations.
Benji Lanyado write down his thoughts about Istanbul for daily newspaper
Turkey has undergone a dramatic renaissance, particularly over the last five years. What is quite astonishing however, isn’t necessarily the level of growth that many of us have witnessed; it is that this level of growth, in many areas at least, is refusing to reach any sort of plateau. By all accounts, Turkey is one for the future.
Turkey is fast becoming one of the most popular countries for UK buyers of overseas property.
Prospective investors in Turkey were delighted with the recent news that the government’s temporary ban on the issue of title deeds (Tapu) to foreigners has been lifted. Now that the Turkish government has had time to re-draft the relevant law, title deeds are being processed as usual.
Dan Eldridge wrote about Antalya and the Eastern Mediterranean coast for the current edition of Lonely Planet.
SCOTS are staying away from Spain and going to Turkey instead as the costas lose their crown in the package holiday market for the first time.