Haberler      English      العربية      Pусский         Kurdî      Türkçe Delivering News and Insights Around the World Keltis
  En.Haberler.Com - Latest News
SEARCH IN NEWS:
  HOME PAGE 24/01/2022 20:42 
14.01.2022 11:42 News >> Turkiye Sees Nearly 1.5M Housing Sales In 2021

Turkiye Sees Nearly 1.5M Housing Sales In 2021

Residential property sales slightly down by 0.5% year on year.

A total of 1.49 million residential properties were sold in Turkiye last year, the country's statistical authority said Friday.
This was slightly down by 0.5% from 2020, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) data showed.
Istanbul had the highest share with 18.5% or 276,223 house sales in 2021, followed by Ankara with 144,104 and Izmir with 86,722.
Some 461,523 new houses were sold across the country, while the rest were secondhand sales.
The mortgaged housing sales totaled at 294,530 in 2021, down 49% from the previous year.
Sales to foreigners rise significantly
Housing sales to foreigners jumped by 43.5% year-on-year to hit 58,576 units in 2021, TurkStat data showed.
Istanbul, the country's largest city by population, enjoyed the lion's share of those sales to foreigners, with 26,469 units.
It was followed by the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya with 12,384 properties, and the capital Ankara with 3,672.
The data showed that Iranian citizens made up the largest group of foreign sales according to nationality, as they bought 10,056 houses in Turkiye.
Iraqis followed them with 8,661 housing units, Russians with 5,379, Afghans with 2,762 and Germans with 2,358.
Sales figures for December
House sales in Turkiye more than doubled in December on an annual basis -- up 113.7% -- reaching 226,503.
Some 7,841 residential property was sold to foreigners, a surge of 77.1% compared to the same month in 2020. -



        Latest News
European Stock Markets Close Tuesday In Red 3 minutes ago...
European stocks see worst single day drop in 3 months with selloff in markets.
Turkiye Reports Over 67,000 Daily Coronavirus Cases 3 minutes ago...
More than 140.9M COVID 19 vaccine shots given in country to date.
Top US Court Agrees To Hear Affirmative Action Challenge 18 minutes ago...
Supreme Court to hear cases brought by conservative group known as Students for Fair Admissions.
1 Dead In Protests Against State Of Siege In Democratic Republic Of Congo 18 minutes ago...
Hundreds of protesters take to streets in city of Beni, demanding lifting of siege decreed by president last May, say police.
Burkina Faso President Calls For Dialogue Amid Reports Of Detention 18 minutes ago...
Roch Kabore says on Twitter he invites those who have taken up arms to surrender in nation's best interest.

 
      Top News
European Stock Markets Close Tuesday In Red European Stock Markets Close Tuesday In Red
1 Dead In Protests Against State Of Siege In Democratic Republic Of Congo 1 Dead In Protests Against State Of Siege In Democratic Republic Of Congo
Turkiye's Borsa Istanbul Drops 5% At Close Turkiye's Borsa Istanbul Drops 5% At Close
Turkiye's Borsa Istanbul Drops 5% At Close Turkiye's Borsa Istanbul Drops 5% At Close
Iran Rules Out 'Interim Agreement' In Vienna Nuclear Talks Iran Rules Out 'Interim Agreement' In Vienna Nuclear Talks
Julian Assange Wins Right To Appeal To UK Supreme Court Against US Extradition Julian Assange Wins Right To Appeal To UK Supreme Court Against US Extradition
Simona Halep Eliminated From Australian Open Simona Halep Eliminated From Australian Open
EU Keeps Diplomats' Families In Ukraine EU Keeps Diplomats' Families In Ukraine
Oil Up Over Supply Tightness Amid Tensions In Eastern Europe, Middle East Oil Up Over Supply Tightness Amid Tensions In Eastern Europe, Middle East
Rumors On Arab League Summit Postponement Misleading: Algeria Rumors On Arab League Summit Postponement Misleading: Algeria