REIDIN.com Turkey Real Estate Indices: August 2014 Results

posted @ 12:00am, Monday 15 September 2014.

September, 2014

REIDIN.com Turkey Residential Property Price Indices: August 2014 Results

The residential sales prices for existing homes increased 1.45% in Turkey overall, 0.88% in Adana, 0.57% in Ankara, 1.28% in Antalya, 1.35% in Bursa, 1.81% in Istanbul, 0.89% in Izmir and 0.75% in Kocaeli during August 2014.


The residential rental prices for existing homes increased 1.79% in Turkey overall, 2.01% in Adana, 1.04% in Ankara, 2.21% in Antalya, 2.11% in Istanbul, 1.55% in Izmir and 0.94% in Kocaeli; on the other hand, rental prices decreased 0.38% in Bursa during August 2014.





REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index: August 2014 Results
According to August 2014 results, REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index shows increase of 0.07% in 1+1 flat type; decrease of 0.26% in 2+1 flat type; increase of 0.80% in 3+1 flat type and increase of 0.80% in 4+1 flat type with respect to the previous month.

According to August 2014 results, REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index reveals that there is 0.07% increase in 51-75sqm size; 0.27% increase in 76-100sqm; 0.13% decrease in 101-125sqm size; 0.87% increase in 126-150sqm and 0.80% increase in 151sqm and bigger sized properties with respect to the previous month.


According to the results of REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index, in August 2014 there is 0.40% increase with respect to the previous month and in compliance with August 2013 there is 8.35% increase.


According to August 2014 results of REIDIN-GYODER New Home Price Index, “Branded Projects” in Istanbul European side shows 0.07% increase and 0.82% increase in Asian side.




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Dubai/Abu Dhabi Residential Property Price Indices: July 2014 Results

posted @ 12:00am, Monday 1 September 2014.

August, 2014

Dubai Residential Property Price Indices: Sales Price Indices
Residential property prices in Dubai housing market performed still well in July 2014. The Dubai Residential Property Sales Price Index for all residential increased by 1.5 points, from 295.0 to 296.5, which represents an increase of 0.52% in July 2014. On the other hand, prices increased 34.5% y-o-y.

Apartment sales prices registered an increase in July 2014. Prices increased 0.21% m-o-m and 37.7% y-o-y.

Villa sales prices registered an increase on a m-o-m basis in July 2014. Prices increased 1.81% m-o-m and 22.9% y-o-y.




Dubai Residential Property Price Indices: Rental Price Indices
Residential property prices in Dubai rental market increased by 0.8 points, from 101.9 to 102.7, which represents an increase of 0.76% in July 2014. On the other hand, rental prices increase 22.4% y-o-y.

Apartment rental prices show an increase on a m-o-m basis in July 2014. Prices increased 0.88% m-o-m and 25.1% y-o-y.

Villa rental prices registered an increase in July 2014. Prices increased 0.16% m-o-m and 10.0% y-o-y.





Abu Dhabi Residential Property Price Indices: Sales Price Indices
The Abu Dhabi Residential Property Price Index for all residential increased by 0.05 points, from 84.16 to 84,21, which represents an increase of 0.06% in July 2014. On the other hand, prices increased 17.8% y-o-y.

Apartment sales prices registered a decrease in July 2014. Prices decreased 0.87% m-o-m but increased 16.9% y-o-y.

Villa sales prices registered an increase in July 2014. Prices increased 0.95% m-o-m and 14.7% y-o-y.



Abu Dhabi Residential Property Price Indices: Rental Price Indices
Residential property prices in Abu Dhabi rental market increased by 0.4 points, from 65.0 to 65.4, which represents an increase of 0.70% in July 2014. On the other hand, prices increased 5.6% y-o-y.

Apartment rental prices increased 0.32% in July 2014 compared to June 2014 and increased 2.6% compared to July 2013.

Villa rental prices increased 1.04% in July 2014 compared to June 2014 and increased 6.9% compared to July 2013.





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Housing stock continues to rise amid slow sales, rising prices

posted @ 12:00am, Monday 1 September 2014.

Due to heightened political tension, high interest rates and sluggish markets, the constructor sector -- once considered Turkey's economic engine -- is threatening to derail and is projected to have a level of stock sufficient for an entire year, even if no new homes are built, according to a report in the Taraf daily on Sunday.

According to the report, unpurchased housing stock has reached the 1 million mark. The number is expected to rise alongside the continuation of urban transformation projects and projects involving the development of 2b land, which refers to areas previously considered forestland.

However, a decline in sales has coincided with accelerating prices, particularly due to high interest rates. During the first seven months of 2014, 609,000 homes were sold in Turkey, marking a 9.7 percent year-on-year drop, according to figures from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat). Furthermore, sales in July reached the 85,000 mark, although this accounted for a 20 percent decline year-on-year.

In spite of these discouraging figures, construction companies are preparing to announce the completion of a number of mega projects that will be unveiled in September, according to the report.

As mortgage interest rates continue to rise, applications for housing loans have dwindled. In 2013, housing loan use shot up 20.4 percent year-on-year, but fell 5.6 percent during the same period of this year. Meanwhile, housing prices in Turkey's largest city of İstanbul rose 21.59 percent in July year-on-year, according to real estate market analyst Reidin.

This has negatively impacted employment rates in the construction sector, as the construction sector employment index decreased 10.8 percent during the second quarter of this year compared to the second quarter of 2013. Wages in the sector have also declined slightly.

The gloomy picture for Turkey's construction market has created fears that the industry's bubble will burst. Rapid construction over the past decade has largely fueled the country's economic upswing.

Source: www.todayszaman.com