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Property in Turkey – Guide to Buying Property in Turkey

September 28th, 2022

The Turkish Property Market

Historically,Guest Posting it was nearly impossible in most instances for a foreign national to purchase real estate in Turkey. Indeed, for the most part, Turkey maintained a nearly absolutely blanket prohibition against foreign nationals having the ability to directly purchase and own real estate in that country.

In 2003, the Turkish government liberalized the laws pertaining to the ownership of real estate in that country. The actual steps taken by the Turkish government to liberalize the real estate ownership laws in that country as far as foreign nationals are concerned is discussed in a bit more detail later.

With the liberalization of real estate laws in Turkey, a growing number of foreign nationals are taking a second look at the possibilities and opportunities that exist when it comes to real estate in that country.

Investment Property in Turkey

Only in the past couple of years has there been any real movement in regard to investment by foreign nationals in Turkish real estate. Of course, the primary reason that this is a development of recent times is the fact that Turkish laws regarding foreign ownership of real estate were very restrictive until the past few years.

In any event, a growing number of foreign investors are turning towards Turkey when it comes to real estate acquisitions. While there certainly is not a flood of foreign money being invested in Turkish real estate at this juncture, more and more foreign investors are taking a close look at what real estate investment opportunities are now available in Turkey.

3 Insider’s Tips About Missouri Real Estate

April 20th, 2022

Did you know that at one time there were more millionaires made from real estate than any other occupation in America? It’s true. In fact, it still might be true. Think about it. Everyone in the US needs a place to live and that includes both you and me. Just because we aren’t actively in the business of buying and selling properties, that doesn’t mean we aren’t able to active consumers. Let’s take a look at a few insiders tips about Missouri real estate (or any real estate for that matter).

1)Buy a decent to slightly run down house in a neighborhood that is up and coming. This means that you should look around the neighborhood. Is it nice or is it run down in general? What are the neighbors like? Are the houses nice or are they shabby and not taken care of? Answer these correctly, and you could be on your way to a good sized pay day if and when you sell your house. We aren’t yet at the point of recommending investing in a junk neighborhood but if it looks like it might gentrify in the near future, who knows. The neighborhood is the key.

2)Look for quality amenities. Here’s where it might get a little tricky. Did you know that some amenities might be better off if they are a few years old. This is especially true of kitchen appliances. What was solid state craftsmanship just 5 years ago might be complete junk bought brand new today because of the inferior quality of today’s goods made in some Far East sweatshop. We’ve looked long and hard at the new goods coming out and they aren’t up to snuff.

3)Buy outside an expanding city and catch the wave. If KC looks like it’s gonna grow again, you might do well investing in real estate located just outside of a major city and catching some of the expansion that is going to go right through your suburb. People need places to live, so suburban living might just pay off for you.