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         In the 2022 research of Knight Frank, one of the world’s leading real estate consultancy companies, Turkey was the country where real estate prices increased the most in terms of nominal and real prices. It delighted its investors by providing a return of 160 percent at nominal prices in 2022 and 45.9 percent above the official inflation data in the country. This increase was experienced similarly in all other cities, especially in big cities.


Due to its location, Turkey has always been the intersection of East and West and has been the capital of very large empires for thousands of years. Turkey is a geography that will never lose its charm and value due to its location, its surroundings being surrounded by seas and the oil and natural gas pipelines passing through Turkey.

It was selected as the country where real estate prices increased the most in the world in 2022.


From visa free access to over 100 destinations worldwide to no residency, interview or language requirements, obtaining a Turkish passport by investment is surprisingly straightforward. With Turkish citizenship, enjoy living in a culturally rich nation that places family, tradition and cuisine at ht heart of its values.

It is an investment that will always yield returns in dollars. Real estate investment in Turkey surpasses most investment instruments in the long run. Under these conditions, including rental income, it is clear that the best return tool will be real estate investment.

A city that is a candidate to become the aviation center of the world. The meeting point of east and west in air transportation.


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