This is an extraordinary offer for investors in Turkey because this is the first time a project sells property inside a five star hotel which is being managed by Arjaan by ROTANA. My property is a Grand Suite Room: 2+1, 93m2, on 12th floor with seaview. The price is quite reasonable compared to similar projects. There is a metro station infront of the building which provides travelling around Istanbul by passing the traffic jam.
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My wife and I are moving to Istanbul for my work. Starting six months extending to a year if we are happy from Brisbane Australia. My work is in yolbulan plaza kozyatagi which I believe is the Asian section
Questions are many. European compound sounds ideal for my wife but how is transport to work?
Compounds in Asian section?
Which side is best?
Any help would be great
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Thank you for the info. After reading many different sites. The positives and negatives of living Asian side close to work is probably getting even harder to decide. I agree live close to work. I don't like the idea of moving to such an amazing place and spending all my time traveling to work. In the Asian side near to work or the coast do you recommend compound accommodation or apartments. My concern is the safety of my wife who doesn't speak the language and definately looks aussie blonde hair Blue eyes. In your opinion will she have difficulty day tripping around? Mixing with locals as friends? We are not City folk so do like open spaces Green trees sea and some quiet? Apologies for asking what may soar dumb questions but you can only read so much and that leads to more questions. Are there any areas you would or would not recommend living.
Thanks again much appreciated.
You are rifgt for Kozyatagi is Asian Side.My idea is you must live European side so your transportation for wor it will be very easy.
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Fully agree with the comments of Yasemin hanim regarding Sunset Grill & Bar. It was one of my favorite places while living in Istanbul. Besides the great quality of food I liked the hospitality of the service staff - always friendly and helpful.
PANORAMIC SEA MOUNTAIN VIEW LUXURY VILLA for sale in Kaleici Antalya. Front row real estate for VIP people. Some features are sauna, sea and mountain view terrace, large garden with fruit trees, private sea jetty and security.
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I'm leaving Turkey for a while so looking at renting out my Turkish property for holiday lets.
I found this article by Ev Apartments which looks like just what I'm looking for:
But I was wondering if anyone has any experience of this?
I am looking to move to Istanbul in july 2015 , i be working for TRT world news... i think the office are in kurucesme. is the flat near by
pls let me know
im on skype genops2004 if you want to chat
I also wrote a post on practicalities and things to consider when letting out your property in Turkey here: https://retireturkey.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/renting-out-your-seaside-home/. It looks like Ev Apartments only works in the Antalya area along the coast. If your property is located elsewhere, however, you do have other options to consider (which I go into in the blog; I won't post it here though, as it's a bit long).
1 bed apartment in the Astrum Towers complex. Swimming pool and gym on site also children's play areas. Been constantly rented out since 2007, still rented at present time. Good solid apartment on the 27th floor.