A number of factors have resulted in Turkey becoming a popular destination for Britons looking to invest in overseas property, it has been claimed.
According to head of Chesterton International Andrew Hawkins, the country is seen as being cheaper than destinations such as Spain or Portugal, while new airports being opened in the country will provide improved access with direct flights to and from the UK.
"Turkey is becoming a much more accessible place," he remarked, adding that it is a "really nice destination" due to the provision of "European quality and standards in a more exotic setting".
However, Mr Hawkins noted that investors "have to be careful" when considering making purchases in the country, as there may be some examples of low-quality construction in the country.
One property development investors may wish to consider is The Hill in the coastal resort of Antalya, where a one-bedroom apartment can be purchased from £89,000, Homes Overseas reports.