According to the data announced by the Turkish Statistical Institute, house sales in Turkey increased by 7.6% in September compared to the same month of the previous year, and 147 thousand 143 houses were sold throughout the country. While 8,655 of these residences were sold in the East Marmara Region, Kocaeli ranked first in the Eastern Marmara Region with the sales of 3,582 residences.
According to the data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute, house sales across Turkey increased by 7.6% in September compared to the same month of the previous year. A total of 147 thousand 143 houses were sold throughout the country. Istanbul had the highest share in house sales with 28,229 house sales and 19.2%. According to the number of sales, Istanbul was followed by Ankara with 14 thousand 218 house sales and 9.7% share, and Izmir with 8 thousand 806 house sales and 6.0% share. The provinces with the lowest number of house sales were Hakkari with 14 houses, Ardahan with 41 houses, and Sirnak with 78 houses, respectively.
8 THOUSAND 655 HOUSES SOLD IN EASTERN MARMARA
According to the data announced by the Turkish Statistical Institute, 8 thousand 655 houses were sold in the provinces of the Eastern Marmara Region in September 2021. 3,582 of these residences were sold in Kocaeli, 2 thousand 152 in Sakarya, 714 in Duzce, 743 in Bolu and 461 in Yalova.
FOREIGNERS BOUGHT 6 THOUSAND 630 HOUSES
Housing sales to foreigners increased by 25.8% in September compared to the same month of the previous year and became 6,630. The share of house sales to foreigners in total house sales was 4.5%. Istanbul took the first place in house sales to foreigners with the sale of 2 thousand 995 houses. Antalya was followed by Antalya with 1,358 house sales, and Ankara with 408 house sales, respectively. In September, Iranian citizens bought 1,323 houses from Turkey. The citizens of Iran were followed by the citizens of Iraq with 990 residences and the citizens of the Russian Federation with 540 residences, respectively.
Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz