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Key buyers of real estate in Turkey among Russians are Moscow and Saint Petersburg residents

  • 09.11.2020
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Key buyers of real estate in Turkey among Russians are Moscow and Saint Petersburg residents

Moscow residents buy more Turkish housing than all other residents of Russia.

According to real estate experts, 55% of all houses and apartments bought by Russians in Turkey belong to people living in Moscow. The number of Saint Peterburg residents who own housing in Turkey is significantly less - 15.2%.

The most popular cities for home buyers in Turkey were Antalya, Alanya, Kemer and Istanbul.

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