Turkey is a seductive mix of culture, stunning scenery, friendly villages, delicious cuisine and pristine beaches. With plenty of villas, apartments and houses for sale, you can find your perfect property in Turkey on
Turkey is one of the most beautiful and fascinating countries in the world. Modernizing at a rapid pace combines a heady mix of east and western cultural influences. The country has been inhabited for over 10,000 years, with many of history's greatest civilizations calling Turkey home. You can find wonderful ruins (from Troy to Side), ancient churches, forts and castles all throughout Turkey.
It is an incredibly friendly country, even in the bustling streets of Istanbul. Head to the smaller villages on the Turkish coast and you'll find the communities warm and welcoming.
Four different seas, making it a dazzling place for beach property and fun in the sun, lap Turkey’s 800km of shoreline.
Resorts and villages such as Cesme, Izmir, Fethiye, Antalya, Marmaris , Bodrum and Istanbul attract millions of people every year for summers by the sea and property in Turkey is as varied as the country itself.
Tandja® Estates has many years of experience in dealing with local and international clients.
We provide a bespoke service according to our clients needs, whether you want an apartment for investment in Istanbul or a holiday apartment to luxury villas we can help to take the stress out of buying a property.
Our highly experience team of professional consultants can provide advise and service for you from choosing your property to moving in or renting for income
In house lawyers and finance team is always at hand.
We are a one-stop shop for all your needs, we pick you up from the moment you arrive and guide you step by step all the way.
We have properties starting from $60,000 to $10,000,00+ so whatever you want we got it.
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Turkey has seen more house price inflation than anywhere else in the world apart from Hong Kong according to Knight Frank’s Global House Price Data from 2015, but does this mean it’s a good location to buy a second home abroad? Considering the often violent anti-government demonstrations and political unrest that took place in the summer months Turkey’s position near the top of the World’s fastest rising property markets is surprising. Normally this kind of instability tends to dissuade investors from taking a leap into buying property leading to a drop in sales and subsequently prices. Turkey also suffered from a drop in the value of its currency leading some analysts to predict that the country was heading for choppy waters and a real estate slump. Yet none of these seems to have happened. New home prices in Istanbul, one of the key destinations for international property investors in recent years, have increased by an average 7.72% between October 2014 and October 2015. Turkey’s resorts have also benefited from increased foreign investor interest since much of the red tape, which held investor’s back was removed. One of the big surprises to come out of Turkey was the recent election result, which saw the re-election of the AKP party. Few people expected this result given the unrest in the summer but it at least brings continuity. Many foreign investors who have arrived on Turkey’s shores since the great property boom began will have breathed a heavy sigh of relief. It is largely through the encouragement of the present government, that investing in real estate in Turkey has become easier.
This has helped transform Turkey’s most famous city, Istanbul, into a magnet for investors. While the political unrest which took place in 2015 will have led to doubts about stability, these proved to be short-lived. Efforts to encourage investment haven’t always been popular with locals and this has led to mass protests from those who oppose the ongoing development of Istanbul. Yet this doesn’t appear to have put off investors. Another attraction for investors has been the generally lower prices of property compared to other European cities with a comparable historical heritage. While Istanbul does have its fair share of exclusive areas where properties are priced at £3million, it is still possible to buy properties in the less fashionable areas of Istanbul such as Esenyurt for less than £50,000. Having the support of independent local property managers is important to investors, who may be new to Turkey, however the biggest factor that will encourage foreign investors to continue to put their money into Istanbul property is ongoing stability. Both political and economic stability have always been an important factor in real estate markets and none more so than in the era we now live in. After a period where the world has seen a global financial crisis and the rise of a new age of global terrorism, stability is something everyone craves and hopes for. While Turkey remains perilously close to the forefront of the war against forces bent on causing death and destruction across the civilized world, stability stands for a lot and not just for investors. For now it looks like Turkey can look forward to a resumption of growth and continuing interest from investors