Istanbul will continue to be the city which provides the biggest profits in the real estate sector, in the second half of 2016, with the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Northern Marmara Highway and 3rd Airport investments and urban transformation projects.
Which regions will rise in value the most in real estate, in Istanbul?
Due to the projects, which have been completed and are ongoing, demand will increase in particular for Hadımköy, Kemerburgaz, Çatalca, Polonezköy and Beykoz as well as the Arnavutköy, Sarıyer, Bahçeköy, Uskumruköy, Riva, Alemdağ and Sancaktepe regions.
Which locations will rise in value the most in real estate, in Anatolia?
Due to the bridge project between the Şekerkaya region, in the district of Lapseki, and the Sütlüce region, in the district of Gallipoli, in Çanakkale, the activity in demand and prices will continue without slowing down. The regions which are coming to the fore in connection with the areas where industrial zones are to be established, are Kınalı, Hadımköy, Gebze Pelitli, Orhangazi and Altınova.
Together with the investments in Anatolia, increases in the demand for land and in prices are being seen in Çanakkale, Yalova, Gebze, Bursa and Izmir. Both demand and prices will continue to rise in these areas, in the second half of the year.
Which regions will rise in value the most in real estate, in Izmir and Ankara?
The property market in Izmir will perk up even more following the completion of the Istanbul – Izmir highway. Regions such as Bornova, Altındağ and Çamdibi, where there are connection points to the highway, will rise in value in particular. On the other hand, the capital Ankara is an eye catching region for investors in land in particular, with its increasing population. The regions of Yapracık, Susuz and Dodurga, which remain outside the ring road, will be the most valuable regions for investment.