Concerns in Istanbul over rise in housing prices

September 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;9/7/2015, p16
The article reports on the growing concern of real estate experts on the increase in housing prices in Istanbul, Turkey. It discusses statistics from Turkey's Central Bank on housing prices, reasons behind the increase in housing prices, reasons for purchasing a house and districts in the city that offer affordable houses.


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