Specialising in the Turkish property market Select Resorts have been successfully selling property in Turkey for several years and have many happy clients.
As an independent agent we are able to offer our clients a great un-biased independent choice of properties in Turkley ranging from off-plan, new and resale villas, luxury sea view apartments and building plots.
Turkey is full of delights for the senses and the soul. Living here is an adventure every day, and there is always something new to discover. Contact Select Resorts today to find out about our superb property for sale in Turkey.
Turkey Property For Sale
Turkey is an emerging overseas property market, and hot-on-the-lips of many investors. We are able to offer our clients a great choice of property in Dalaman, property in Fethiye, property in Kalkan and property in Bodrum opportunities. As well as being an excellent holiday destination, the Turkey offers property at competitive prices and is ideal for those seeking an alternative to the more traditional holiday areas.
|Useful Facts About Turkey|
|Currency||Turkish Lira (TRY)|
|Language(s)||Turkish, English widely spoken in resort areas|
|Major Airports||99 airports including Dalaman, Antalya, Istanbul, Bodrum|
Why buy property in Turkey?
Turkey boasts one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, and inflation has been at its lowest for the last 37 years. Those who have bought property in Turkey are already seeing good returns. To date, conservative estimates would advise on around 10-15% increases year-on-year. EU accession talks began in October 2005 – property investors see this as a potential long-term benefit.
Turkey has a wonderful climate with an average of seven months of sunshine each year; resorts on the Mediterranean coastline experience higher levels of sunshine than those on the Aegean.
With an extensive database of properties in the Side area, we have something to suit everyone, contact us and find out how easy it is to find your dream home in Turkey.
TURKISH DEVELOPERS CANNOT MEET DEMAND
Turkey's Statistics Institute announced a booming 10.3% GDP growth rate for the country in the second quarter of 2010 making it the world's third fastest growing economy for April to June - beaten only by Singapore and Taiwan. Local developers cannot meet the demand for new housing.
Overall, for the first half of the year, Turkey's GDP has grown at 11% with the construction sector leading the way. Turkish construction output grew by a staggering 21.9% in the second quarter of 2010 followed by fisheries and manufacturing, at 15.7% and 15.4% respectively.
Over 32,000 Brits are now reported to own property in Turkey according to the Turkish General Directorate of Land Registry. The coastal resorts of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas have attracted a steady flow of interest over the years, but it is Istanbul that is attracting most attention at present.
Turkey is a unique and fascinating country, with vast and varied landscapes and some of the world’s most important ancient monuments. The country is special in the sense that it straddles two continents, Europe and Asia, and combines the best of both worlds. Turkey has been the birthplace of many great civilizations and empires, all of which have left their mark on the art and architecture of the country, from ancient Greek and Roman ruins to Byzantine churches and Ottoman mosques. In Turkey you will find yourself surrounded by over ten thousand years of history, incredible architecture, lively nightlife, and delicious local food and drink.
The big cities of Turkey throb and pulse with night-time partygoers in stylish jazz bars and huge glittering dance clubs. Older holiday makers enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of happy-hour cocktail bars and sports pubs. Perhaps you will see a traditional Turkish belly-dance show, an exciting and elegant art form that goes back centuries.
One of the quintessential experiences of Turkey is going shopping in a colourful and bustling outdoor market. Here, you can use your bargaining skills to negotiate great prices on all sorts of products such as locally made handicrafts, handbags, textiles, ceramics, jewellery, rugs, musical instruments, and copies of designer-brand shoes, wristwatches and handbags.
Another tradition is to relax and wash your cares away in the steamy calm of a Turkish bath, also known as a Hammam. You begin by resting in a warm room headed by a flow of hot, dry air, causing you to perspire and release toxins through your pores, which is very good for your skin. You can then move to an even hotter room, before refreshing your skin with a splash of cool water. Then, after a full-body wash and a stress-releasing massage, you retire to the cooling room for more rest and relaxation.
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