Turkey came to the fore in residential sales to foreigners in Pandemic
Turkey, a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) during the outbreak in residential sales to foreign countries by European countries who arrived early losses to a minimum. According to a report prepared by the Foreign real estate sales company Nevita, Turkey, home sales in the January-September period showed a significant performance despite pandemics.
9 months of the year compared to the same period in 2019 due to the pandemic in Turkey’s foreign housing sales fell 18 percent to only 26 thousand 165 pieces. Housing sales to foreigners, which increased for five consecutive months in September, increased by 26.1 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and 35.3 percent compared to August.
Housing sales to foreigners in Spain decreased by 40 percent in the first half of the year compared to the same period of 2019, to 22,850. Real estate investment by foreigners in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, fell 53 percent in the January-June period. Only 233 residences were sold in Lisbon in the second quarter.
368 investors and 733 family members received a golden visa in Greece in January-August. The 8-month figure was 90 percent below the number of approved applications for 2019 overall. During the last year, the applications of 3 thousand 428 investors and 7 thousand 647 family members were approved in Greece.
Again, in Montenegro, one of the new routes of foreign housing investors, foreigners bought 1,000 houses in 8 months and paid 62.8 million euros. In 2019, the number of houses sold was 2,500 units and the amount paid was 177 million Euros.