New Favourite area of Foreigners for Real Estate in Istanbul
Küçükçekmece, which is one of the most active districts in sales of housing in Istanbul, has become the center of attention of foreign investors. Numerous luxury housing projects are being built in the area where luxury hotels, large shopping malls, and business centers are located. Küçükçekmece, located on the European side of Istanbul, has a facade to the Basın Ekspres Yolu, which connects the E5 and Tem highways, which are the most important main connection roads of Istanbul. There are many business centers, luxury hotels, and shopping centers on this road. Küçükçekmece district, which is ranked 12th in the quality of life index, has also attracted the attention of foreign investors.
Küçükçekmece, the new business and life center of Istanbul
Küçükçekmece, which is one of the most preferred provinces of Istanbul for housing purchases and leasing, is a candidate for becoming the new business and life center of the city. Numerous luxury hotels, shopping centers, business centers, and branded housing projects in the district have increased the value of the region. At the same time, it is one of the most preferred areas for life with its proximity to the most important connection roads of Istanbul and easy access to other districts of the city.
Most house sales in Küçükçekmece were made to Iranian citizens
The most house sales were made to Iranian citizens in Küçükçekmece, which is one of the most active districts in housing sales to foreigners. Iran was followed by the citizens of China, Iraq, Yemen, Palestine, Afghanistan, Jordan, Egypt, Romania, and Sudan, respectively. Küçükçekmece district is among the 10 most preferred districts in Istanbul for housing purchases.
It is stated that Iran, China, and Iraqi citizens are especially interested in the projects in the region for citizenship acquisition. It is among the reasons for preference that there are many full-fledged hospitals in the district and that it is close to Istanbul Airport.
Most of the projects in the region have been sold. New projects are planned considering the changing preferences due to the Covid-19 pandemic.