Where to buy property in Istanbul
Istanbul is a large size city with over 15 million inhabitants. This beautiful city has a lot to offer for all tastes.
Below is a summary of the most significant districts in Istanbul suitable for buying a property.
You can follow the links for more information about each area, including a list of properties located there.
Located on the European side of Istanbul, Avcılar is adjacent to Esenyurt, Beylikdüzü, Başakşehir districts.
Bahcelievler was called Hepdemon during the Byzantine Empire and was the agricultural center of the city due to the good groundwater in the area.
The Basaksehir region has witnessed significant growth in recent years thanks to the improved infrastructure in the region. The newly developed
Located in the European side of the Bosphorus, Beşiktaş district is adjacent to Şişli, Kağıthane, Beyoğlu and Sarıyer districts. Although it is
The Beylikduzu district is one of the most impressive residential areas in Istanbul populated by an educated and upscale class. The region is
Beyoglu is the cosmopolitan heart of Istanbul. The 1.6 km long shopping street Istiklal Caddesi and the Taksim Square are in Beyoglu.
Laying on the shore of the Buyukcekmece Lake, this district of Istanbul combines Ottoman history with modern architecture and is worth a visit.
Esenyurt is getting more popular by property builders. Buyers can profit from current low prices. As land prices tend to increase
Eyup Sultan, often called only Eyup, is the first settlement after the conquest of Istanbul. It became a district after 1936 when Beyoglu and Fatih
Kadikoy is one of the eldest districts in Istanbul, and the jewel of the Asian side. Its history dates back to 5000 BCE due to its strategical position
The Kagithane district is considered one of the most elegant and lively areas of Istanbul. The Municipality of Kagithane focused on developing
The Belgrad Forest back this wealthy part of Istanbul. Sariyer includes some popular residential areas like Emirgan, Istinye, Tarabya, Yenikoy,
Sisli was the home of minorities during the Ottoman Empire times, especially to Greeks and Armenians. Also, the wealthy Levantines and foreign
The first name of the Uskudar district, one of the oldest settlements on the Anatolian side in Istanbul, is Khyrsopolis, which means "Golden City"
Zeytinburnu is one of the developing districts of the European side of Istanbul. With the Eurasia Tunnel, the rail system, the evacuation of the