Those Who Own Turkish Housing Here Are Lucky! Leading City In Land Registry Values
Last year in 2020, 2 million 678 thousand properties across the country changed hands, while the average value declared per title deed was 187.5 thousand TL. With the determined value, the provinces with the highest land title value in Turkey were determined.
Across Turkey, the province with the highest average land title value declared per real estate (housing, workplace, land, field) was Istanbul with 413 thousand liras, followed by Mugla with 304.6 thousand liras, Izmir with 239.5 thousand liras.
According to information compiled by TurkishClassified.com last year across the country 2 million 678 thousand pieces of Turkey real estate (housing, workplace, rural, village, land, farm land) changed hands, these sales were presented with a value of 502 billion TL. The average value declared per title deed was 187.5 thousand TL.
During the year, the average Turkish land title value was the highest realized with 413 thousand liras in Istanbul. Last year, 382 thousand 458 properties were sold in Istanbul city, while a total value of 157 billion 953 million TL was presented in these sales.
Istanbul was followed by Muğla with 304,6 thousand liras, Izmir with 239,5 thousand liras, Ankara with 218 thousand liras. 46 thousand 142 units in Muğla, 144 thousand 463 units in Izmir and 215 thousand 589 units in Ankara were sold.
Other provinces with an average Turkey land title value of 187.5 thousand liras were Kocaeli with 194.6 thousand liras and Bursa with 194.1 thousand liras. Antalya was very close to the average of 187.2 thousand TL.
OTHER TURKEY PROVINCES IN THE TOP 20
Among the provinces with the highest land registry value average, Yalova ranked eighth with 179.5 thousand liras, Gaziantep ranked ninth with 176.6 thousand liras, Erzurum ranked tenth with 166.9 thousand liras.
Other provinces in the top 20 were Kayseri with 161,3 thousand TL, Adana with 159,5 thousand TL, Trabzon with 155,7 thousand TL, Rize with 152,3 thousand TL, Eskisehir and Aydın with 149,4 thousand TL, Tekirdag with 144,4 thousand TL, Mersin with 144 thousand TL, Karabük with 136,7 thousand TL, Diyarbakir with 134,4 thousand TL.
LOWEST TURKEY PROPERTY TAPU VALUE FIGURE IN HAKKARI AND ARDAHAN
Last year, the lowest average figure paid per title deed was 47.5 thousand TL in Hakkari. It was followed by Ardahan with 51 thousand liras and Sirnak with 51.1 thousand liras. 1,928 properties changed hands in Hakkari, 2,162 in Ardahan and 4,149 in Şırnak in eastern Turkey.
In the lowest land registry value average, Ağrı was fourth with 54.2 thousand lira, Bingöl was fifth with 58 thousand lira, Kilis was sixth with 58.2 thousand lira, Bayburt was seventh with 68 thousand lira, Bitlis was eighth with 69 thousand lira, Burdur was ninth with 69.1 thousand lira, Mus was tenth with 69.7 thousand lira.
Other provinces in the top 20 were Kars with 69.8 thousand TL, Çankırı with 73.3 thousand TL, Niğde with 74.9 thousand TL, Yozgat with 75.9 thousand TL, Gümüşhane with 75.1 thousand TL, Bilecik with 79 thousand TL, Nevşehir with 82.9 thousand TL, Igdir with 82.9 thousand TL, Tokat with 83 thousand TL, Şanlıurfa with 85 thousand TL.
HIGH SALES FIGURE FOR FOREIGNERS IN ISTANBUL INCREASES ADDED VALUE
Turkish iClassified correspondent in a statement, Istanbul is the first in terms of both the number of sales and the added value it provides, this shows the importance of the city once again, was said.
Istanbul, as before, took the lead in real estate revenue and land title fees last year, iClassified said that the total amount declared for Istanbul real estate sold in the city last year approached 158 billion TL.
iClassified, 47 percent of the houses sold to foreigners across the country last year, equivalent to 19 thousand 175 units of Istanbul reminded that, "158 billion TL declared in the deed value of these sales have a large share. The foreigner invests around 1 million TL in exchange for each house he buys. Sales to them increase the average Istanbul land registry value." was said.
HOLIDAY CITIES MAKE THEIR PRESENCE FELT IN THE TOP 10
Turkish iClassified stated that among the top 10 cities with the highest average land title value, there are important coastal cities such as Izmir, Muğla, Antalya and Yalova, and made the following statements:
"Çeşme and Narlıdere in Izmir, Bodrum and Marmaris in Muğla, Kas, Kemer and Konyaaltı in Antalya are the districts with the highest square meter values. Our cities such as Izmir, Muğla, Antalya and Yalova, which have a high average land title value, have become more preferred with the outbreak. These provinces, which are generally in demand by foreign investors and high-income citizens in the summer, are now preferred for 12 months of the year after the outbreak. This demand is also reflected in the average land title value."
According to Turkish land registry figures, Antalya is one of the provinces where the house value has increased the highest in the last year and the value increase will continue.
LOW NUMBERS IN ANATOLIA WILL CONTINUE TO INCREASE HOME SALES
iClassified also said that Turkey has not made serious progress in the rate of home ownership, despite the fact that it has consistently been the first in Europe since 2013 and has broken a record in the sale of homes, the need for homes continues to grow.
Although the highest number of real estate sales is in Istanbul, the peak in the figure paid per title is also seen in this city, iClassified said, this data reveals the need for housing more clearly.
iClassified, savings-based housing acquisition system will increase with the expansion of housing sales by recording, "especially in Anatolian cities, we see that the average land title value is low. Together with the interest-free housing acquisition system, we expect the increase in housing sales in these provinces to continue." said.
ISTANBUL ALSO RETAINED ITS PLACE AT THE SUMMIT LAST YEAR
Turkish iClassified said that despite the epidemic last year, real estate for rent in Turkey showed records to have also found their place in return for TL.
iClassified, who stated that Istanbul retains its status as a center of attraction in every period in 2020, said: "Every real estate investment in Istanbul provides economic added value in many ways. Every investment in the region feeds other sectors, especially foreign investors are an important source of finance for the sector in Istanbul." statements were made.