Interest is increasing in Alanya, a Mediterranean resort in Turkey, which has benefited greatly from the Turkish government's decision to open up the country's real estate market to a greater number of non-domestic buyers.
According to the latest figures, 600 overseas buyers have applied for property title deeds in the region since May, when new legislation allowing more overseas property buyers to purchase Turkish property was introduced.
The increased interest in Turkish property among investors is being met with price increases across the country. Figures published by emerging markets analyst REIDIN last week revealed the price of Turkish property continued to climb during July. Nationally, real estate values were up by 2.33 per cent month-on-month, although in Antalya a 3.16 per cent increase was recorded.
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