Between April 2015 and April 2016 in Ankara, housing prices for sale rose by 13 percent, remaining at 7 percent in the last year.
In particular, in the last one year in Ankara, it has been seen that the prices of residential and rented houses have slowed down compared to the previous year. According to the results of the survey *, house prices in Ankara, which increased by 13 percent between April 2015 and April 2016, have increased by 7 percent in the last year. On the other hand, Çankaya, one of the high-premium provinces of Ankara, experienced a sharp decline in prices of residential and rental properties in the last year.
The Visible Deceleration İn Five Years
In Ankara, one of the high-premium cities in housing, Çankaya has increased housing prices for the last five years by 65 percent from April 2012 to April 2017. This value was 100 percent in Gölbaşı and 76 percent in Yenimahalle. During these years, housing prices for sale in Ankara increased by 69 percent.
The capital has experienced a significant increase in housing prices over the last five years, and the decline in recent years is noteworthy. When you look at Çankaya between April 2015 and April 2016, housing prices for sale in Çankaya increased by 9 percent, 21 percent in Gölbaşı and 14 percent in Yenimahalle. Housing prices for sale in these years in general increased by 13 percent in Ankara.
In the last year in Ankara, there has been an increase in the prices of residential properties for sale. For the last one year covering April 2016 to April 2017, residential housing prices are 7 per cent in Ankara; 1 in Çankaya, 8 percent in Gölbaşı and 10 percent in Yenimahalle. Compared to the previous year, the price increase seems to have decreased by half.
A sharp decline in the prices of rental housing in Çankaya
Looking at the rental prices in Ankara, it is seen that there is a sharp decrease especially in Çankaya. While rental housing prices increased by 29 percent in the five-year period covering April 2012 to April 2017 in Ankara's Çankaya province, this rate was 129 percent in Gölbaşı and 72 percent in Yenimahalle. When we look at the whole of Ankara, it is seen that rental housing prices in Ankara are increased by 51 percent over five years.