Additionally to the appealing purchase prices of property in Istanbul comes the higher rental rates. You can pay a similar measure of money for a property in Istanbul and another significant city in Turkey; however get considerably higher rent for your property in Istanbul than simular sales priced property in another real city; and in foreign currency (USD, Euro,) instead of the Turkish Lira. In any case, Istanbul is outstanding as giving one of the best investment openings in Europe as the top performing hotspot for general development and for capital returns.
Property investment in Istanbul is overflowing with choice, as an investor has a decision of location, investment approach, target showcase and unquestionably a top notch assorted qualities of property preferences.
In Istanbul, the ascent prices for residential real estate for sale is moderating, and rental costs are declining. Besiktas, one of the focal and prestigious districts of Istanbul, is one of the regions where prices for the sale and rent of houses are currently subsidence. Besiktas is the favored and prestigious region of Istanbul because of its location, created system of public transport, authentic and social facilities. According indicated by REIDIN, property prices in Besiktas in the period from March 2012 to March 2017 expanded by 145 percent. Throughout the previous 5 years, housing prices in the district have expanded by 21 percent. In any case, over the previous year there has been a stoppage in the development of house prices for sale. It is noticed that the development in house prices in Besiktas from 2016 to 2017 was 5 percent. Specialists say that the decrease in prices for rental housing in Besiktas is because of low request and an expansion in the volume of new housing because of urban changes.
Bakirkoy is a blended district, and has a substantial range of houses and flats and areas. Prices for little apartments are as high, or higher, than in Besiktas. Net rental yields are around 3.7% on 120 square metre apartments – again essentially lower than three years back.
Valid, as in earlier years, better returns can be had in the noisier Beyoglu which is a more ‘work-situated’ district. Yields have ascended here since we last studided it, particularly for smaller apartments. Yields are up to 6.1% for 50 sq. m. apartments.
Kadikoy on the Asian side of the Bosporus is another very mixed district, humming with life and students, largely residential. As is not out of the ordinary, prices of residential apartments here have a wide range. This year we observed yields in this region to be the marginally lower than a year ago, with 120 square metre apartments returning 4%. Smaller apartments here sensible yields of 4.6%
The fluctuated Sisli region has yields of 5.5% on 120 square metre apartments.