Arab and international Since 2017-08-05 at 17:51 (Baghdad time)
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The Arabs, especially the Iraqis, Saudis and Kuwaitis, have encouraged the Turkish real estate market, with a number of foreigners, to buy homes in Turkish cities, which has increased after foreigners exempted from VAT when buying homes.
According to data published by the Anatolia news agency, quoting the Turkish statistical agency, and the follow-up (Mawazine News), the number of houses bought by foreigners in Turkey between January and June 2013 2017 reached 81 thousand and 754 houses, that is, 50 houses a day for foreigners during that period.
Foreigners were increasingly interested in property purchases in Turkey following a decision in April to exempt foreigners from paying VAT when buying homes in Turkey. Turkey's foreign buyers' purchase of homes between April and June 2017 increased by 18.6 percent compared to the same period last year, the number of homes sold to foreigners in Turkey during the period reached 9,595, the agency said.
The list of foreigners buying homes in Turkey has been issued by the Arabs. Since its inception in 2015, until July 2017, the number of foreigners in Iraq has been 8,990, followed by Saudi Arabia with 6,077 homes. 4 thousand and 672 houses.
Among the Europeans, the Russians export the list of 3,160 homes, followed by the British with 2,000 and 204 houses, and the Germans with 1,000 and 884 houses.
Istanbul topped Turkish cities where foreigners prefer to buy houses with 24,813 houses, or 30 percent of the total number of homes bought by foreigners in Turkey during that period.
Turkey's southern city of Antalya came second with 24,605 houses, followed by a stock market of 4,500 and 850 homes.
"Foreigners are becoming more interested in buying houses in other Turkish cities such as Sakkaria and Trabzon on the Black Sea," said Ali Taylan, president of the Union of Real Estate Brokers in Turkey. "Arabs are not buying homes in Turkey only for housing, .
Taylan predicted a rise in the demand for buying homes in Turkey, whether Turkish citizens or foreigners during the remaining months of this year.