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Housing construction in Turkey has been accelerated

  • 16.06.2021
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Housing construction in Turkey has been accelerated

The pace of houses construction has changed, because the number of objects has decreased significantly.

According to Süleyman Çetinsaya, Chairman of the Board, potential buyers have accumulated enough energy and motivation to invest with more force than before during the “downtime” in the main areas due to the pandemic. That is why it is necessary to increase the supply on the local real estate market, says Çetinsaya.

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