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So-called traveling houses become popular in Turkey

  • 28.04.2021
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So-called traveling houses become popular in Turkey

Housing on wheels is becoming more and more popular in Turkey.

A Turkish company produces the campers. The organization began to supply mobile apartments to the market during the coronavirus pandemic.

So, a camper with an area of 35 sq. m. can be bought for about 60 thousand Turkish liras (about 7350 US dollars).

Despite the growing demand for such houses, investors mostly buy traditional cottages and apartments in Turkey.

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