Updated: Mar 21, 2021
The epidemic, which caused many changes in business and social life, also affected housing preferences with the prolongation of the time spent at home. Demand for larger, detached and gardened homes has increased.
According to the analysis of Endeksa.com, the purchase demand increased rather than renting in the summer regions and this was reflected in the prices. House sales prices in summer regions have increased in the range of 32-62% in the last year, and rental prices have increased between 7% and 37% in the last year. Housing sales prices increased to 1 million 749 thousand TL and return times increased up to 41 years. Regions with the highest residential sales prices Fethiye, Bodrum and Alanya Among the summer regions, the regions where housing sales prices increased the most were Fethiye, Bodrum and Alanya. The regions with the highest rent increase are Urla, Çeşme and Fethiye.
Housing sales prices in Bodrum and Alanya increased by 49% compared to last year Housing sales prices in Bodrum have increased by 49% in the last 1 year, the rent has increased by 18%, the average residential square meter sales price is 9 thousand 715 TL, the average house price is 1 million 340 thousand 670, the average rent is 2 thousand 932 TL, the return time of the housing investment is 30 year. . The regions with the highest sales prices are Çeşme, Bodrum and Urla Among the summer regions, the ones with the highest housing sales prices are Çeşme, Bodrum and Urla. The average residential square meter sales price in Çeşme increased to 11 thousand TL, the average housing price to 1 million 769 thousand TL, and the return time increased to 41 years. The average residential square meter sales price in Bodrum was 9 thousand 715 TL, the average housing price was 1 million 340 thousand 670 TL, and the return time was 30 years. In Urla, the average residential square meter sales price is 6 thousand 993 TL, the average housing price is 1 million 314 thousand 684 TL, and the return time is 27 years.