Good news for anyone thinking about buying a property in Turkey in the near future, Dominic Whiting’s ‘Buying in Turkey’ guidebook is now available as a free download – where once you needed to fork out nearly a tenner to get you hands on the invaluable information on buying property in Turkey, you now just need to give your name and email address!
The guide is the UK’s best-selling guide to buying property in Turkey and it comes highly recommended from us at Degtev. It contains everything you need to know about the buying process and well as a wealth of information that will prove very useful for those thinking about living in Turkey too.
So yes, ‘Buying In Turkey’ is now available free online as a PDF download. First published in 2005 and updated annually, the 138-page guide is packed with useful information and advice, including a look at the Turkish economy and property market; legal advice from a Turkish property lawyer and a step-by-step guide to the buying process and purchase costs.
The guide also takes an in-depth look at 17 of the most popular areas to buy with a run-down of local attractions and facilities, property prices and an assessment of the rental potential in each.
The recently launched Buying In Turkey Collection by the brains behind the buying property in Turkey guide features a carefully chosen selection of Turkish property in the best locations, with prices from just GBP 29,000 for a budget apartment to GBP 159,000 for a luxury villa with swimming pool and wonderful views.
According to official figures there are over 22,650 British-owned properties in Turkey now, with the country’s excellent climate, beautiful scenery and the Turkish government’s ambitious tourism development plans attracting a growing number of holiday-home hunters and investors. A NatWest survey of mortgage lenders published in March this year predicted that Turkey would be the third most popular destination for British buyers in the next three years. Shrugging off worries about global recession, the Turkish property market is expected to perform well this year, with average price increases in the resorts of at least 15% according to the author of the guide.