The migration movements in Turkey changing housing preferences. Although İzmir is the third most immigrant-receiving city, it has grown by 16% in the last five years, leaving behind Istanbul and Ankara. Housing projects dominated by horizontal structuring in nature are seen as one of the important factors in favor of İzmir.
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ISTANBUL (TR) - In our country where approximately 1.5 million houses are sold each year, the living spaces intertwined with nature also affect domestic migration movements. The interest in the Aegean region in recent years is the most important example of this. The online PR agency, BulletinGönder.in, said that those who migrated from Istanbul and Ankara to Izmir increased 40% in the last 5 years. The decline in quality of life in big cities leads people to more livable alternatives. In 2017, Izmir received more than 127,000 immigrants. While the number of migrants from Izmir to Istanbul decreased by 9% in the last 5 years, there was a 50% increase in those who migrated from Istanbul to Izmir. As a result of this migration movement, housing sales in Izmir have increased by 16% in the last 5 years, leaving Istanbul and Ankara behind, he said.
Is experiencing remarkable development related to housing sales increased regularly every year in Turkey. While Istanbul and Ankara, the two most crowded cities of our country, emigrated to the neighboring provinces, İzmir was one of the cities with the most interest. According to the research conducted by BulletinGönder.in, according to the survey conducted by TURKSTAT, in the last 5 years there was 16% growth in the housing sales in Izmir, while this rate was 9% in Ankara and 1.5% in Istanbul. İzmir is expected to receive a new migration of at least 150 thousand people by 2020.
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