Hope For Every Term: Less Dollars, More Housing

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Let’s take a look at the long-term trends. From the end of 2011 to the end of 2016, the investment had  the highest housing income in Turkey was provided with the data of 5 years. Housing prices increased by %12.2 last year, making %95.8 premium over the last 5 years. A real increase of %34.5 from the value increase of the house when inflation of %45.6 was deducted for the same period. But the profit is not limited to that. Houses have a rental income. Rents increased %9.3 in 2016 and %42 percent in the last 5 years. This increase must also be added to the housing value. Besides rentals, there are also real estate taxes. There is a significant slowdown in prices in 2016 in Istanbul, the engine power of the real estate sector. Parallel to this, a value increase of 11.5 percent is under consideration in Turkey.


However, when the maturity is increased to 5 years, the value increase in Istanbul increases to 138 percent. Normally 44 percent higher than Turkey’s average. Istanbul’s inflation-free housing value increase is 2.8 percent in 2016 and 63.4 percent in the last 5 years. It’s a pretty good win. As can be seen from the above table, there is a nominal return of 84.7% nominal and 26.8% real, except for housing in the last 5 years. There is no sound in stocks that should be high-yielding parallel to the long-term and riskiest. The 4.7 per cent real return does not explain the assumed risk. Because if the money was not placed on the stock exchange but 3 months of deposits, the interest income would be higher by 5.5 percent.

Moreover, at a time when the world’s interest rates have fallen to the historical minimum, stocks are still below the yield of interest even in five years. Because of all these indicators at least in the past period “Less dollar, multi-housing; For every term and hope for everyone. ”


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