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Why Turkey?

Why Turkey?

* Beautiful landscape..
* Combination of contemporary and traditional..
* It’s not only a place to work, but also a fascinating place to live..

Why should we invest in Turkey?

Turkey’s credit rating

While S&P has increased the credit rating of Turkey twice as of 2008, Fitch
has increased the long-term foreign currency issuer default rating of the
country up to the level of being investible which makes Turkey a country to
be invested in in short term and long term.

The credit rate of Turkey is below the level of being investible according
to other credit rating agencies.

Some key figures of Turkey

* Turkey is the 18th largest economy in the World.
* The largest young population when compared to the EU countries…
* Country population 74.724.269


Turkish economy has achieved a growth of;
* 6% on average between the years of 2001 and 2011
* The income per capital has increased from $3,037 to $10,444

Top reasons to invest in Turkey!
– International transfer center
– Acces to multiple markets
– Turkey is the 6th most visited holiday destination in the World (2012)
– Dynamic, stable and attractive economy
– GDP and income 2011 GDP (current price $774 billion)
– Annual average real GDP growth (5,5%) 2002-2012
– Annual  real GDP growth (2,2%) 2012

Why invest in Turkey?

According to the projection Turkey will be the 9th largest economy in the
World and the 3rd largest economy in Europe by 2050.

Real Estate; Third most attractive real estate investment destination in
2012 (AFIRE); Antalya is the most attractive real estate investment market
in 2012 over past 9 years.
* Turkey Shows the best economy prospects within “Europe”; short and

Property Investment Turnover: Turkey

Turkish investment market growing gradually; leisure and retail attracting
most interest.
Construction industry data
* In 2010 the construction industry achieved a growth at the rate of 18.3%
and became the fastest-growing industry.
* The construction industry maintained its fast growth in 2011 as well and
achieved a growth of 11.2%
* It is expected that the construction industry may achieved a growth of
10,8% in 2012.

How did construction investments change by years in Turkey?
Investments in construction sector consist of two items building investments
and non-building investments implemented by private sectors.

About Antalya

The principal holiday resort of the Mediterranean is the lovely region of Antalya with a majestic coastline of beaches and rocky coves where the towering Toros (Taurus) Mountains provide a magnificent backdrop. Antalya is an attractive city, at an altitude of only about 50 metres, with shady, palm-lined boulevards, a prize-winning marina and a picturesque old quarter called Kaleici which has narrow, winding streets and quaint, old, wooden houses next to the city walls. Since its founding in the 2nd century B.C. by Attalus II, a king of Pergamon who named the city Attaleia after himself, it has had a continuous history. The Romans, Byzantines and Seljuks occupied the city before it came under Ottoman rule.

Archaeology Museum: With remains from the Paleolithic Age to Ottoman Times, this is one of the most important museums in the Mediterranean region. (Open daily except Mondays.)
Ataturk Museum: This museum displays objects used by Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic. (Open daily except Mondays.)
Suna-Inan Kirac Museum: This museum is connected to the Research Institute for Mediterranean Cultures.

Ancient City Walls: Since its founding in the 2nd century B.C., Antalya has had a continuous history. The ancient walls flank the city and other sections of the walls are still standing near the marina.
Clock Tower: Situated by the ancient city walls, it was part of the old city fortifications in the Kalekapisi Square.
Hadrian’s Gate: The beautifully decorated, three-arched gate was built in honour of Hadrian when he visited the city in 130 A.D.
Hidirlik Tower: This tower was probably first built as a lighthouse in the 2nd century.
Karatay Medrese: This theological school dates from the 13th century and is situated in the Kaleici neighbourhood. The stone carvings on the portal and mihrap (prayer niche) are fine examples of Seljuk art.
Ataturk Monuments: One of the largest and most interesting monuments is located in Cumhuriyet Square within the city centre. The other one is in the center of Vatan Square.
Kaleici Quarter: This quaint area surrounding the Kaleici Marina is full of small hotels, pensions and restaurants as well as restored houses that all help to create the atmosphere for which the city is famous.
Yivli Minareli Complex: It was built by the Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat in the 13th century. Its elegant, fluted minaret has become the symbol of the city.
Kesik Minaret Complex: A memorial to the mixed history of Antalya is the Kesik (truncated) Minaret Mosque. Formerly a church, it has seen Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman modifications.
Tekeli Mehmet Fasa Mosque: An important 18th-century Ottoman mosque situated in the Kalekapisi district, inside the city walls.
Murat Pasa Mosque: The unique tile design of this mosque built in the 16th century is of particular interest.
Iskele Mosque: This attractive little mosque built in the 19th century is situated beside the marina. It was constructed of set stone and built on four pillars over a spring.

Karaalioglu: A magnificient view of Antalya awaits visitors here with colourful exotic flowers, vivid in the sunlight with the shimmering water of the bay and the mountains in the background.
Mermerli: Situated just above the marina at the southeast comer of the Kaleici district, this park is the best place for relaxation with a wonderful view of the mountains.
Ataturk: This park also has a wonderful view of the city, displaying gorgeous flowers and an incredible scenic view.


Why Alanya?

Why you should invest in Alanya

Foreigners who visit Turkey always gets surprised with the hospitality of the Turkish inhabitants and easily integrate with the surrounding society. When this hospitality is mixed with the marvelous and natural wonders of Turkey, it often gets difficult to leave the country at the end of people’s limited vacations. Compared to other countries in Europe, life costs is a lot less in Turkey. Especially in this last decade, where Turkey has gained more popularity among foreign investors. Some people buy properties to use only during the summer period, some people buy villas to line in all year long and some people buy houses to use in the future, during their retirement period. Apart from the factors stated above, all these people have one goal in common – to make a good investment for the future.

If you happen to make a good analysis, you’ll see how cost effective it is to acquire a property in Turkey. Besides, Turkey is soon on its way to becoming a part of the European Union and following with this membership, it is known for sure that the prices will raise dramatically.

Alanya, is a cute seaside city located in the south coast of Turkey and has been a huge attraction point for foreigners in this last decade. Apart from being a holiday resort, it is also perfectly suitable for those who are retired and wants to spend their life in a wonderful place with a hot climate, nice atmosphere and all of it for reasonable prices.

Some short information about Turkey

  • Turkey is a member of the Emerging Seven (E7) countries alongside Brazil, Russia, India, China (the so-called BRIC countries), Indonesia and Mexico.
  • A ‘Booming’ country with cumulative GDP increase of 122% over the last 4 years totaling more than 400 billion USD.
  • A population of over 70 million, with an average age of 29 (65% below 34 years old).
  • A fast growing domestic market
  • Turkey has the 4th largest labor force among the 27 EU countries, with over 24.7 million people in 2006.
  • Centrally located between Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East
  • An Important energy terminal and corridor in Europe which connects East and West
  • In the EU Customs Union since 1996 and an EU accession country since October 2005.
  • Institutionalized economy fueled by 20.2 billion USD of FDI in 2006 and ranked the 13th most attractive country in the world.
  • Liberal and reformist investment climate with highly competitive investment conditions
  • Dynamic and mature private sector with over 85 billion USD worth of exports and an increase of 240% in the last 4 years.
  • In the past 5 years privatization worth $18.3 billion has been realized in Turkey
  • Turkey has a large consumer base with a formidable purchasing power.
  • Turkey had 30 million credit card users in 2006
  • Over 25 million tourists visit turkey each year, Turkey ranked eighth in the world with its tourism income and 9th in the world in terms of total tourist numbers…