Istanbul’s land on the Asian continent is called the Anatolian side.
Property prices have recently increased on the Anatolian side where life is quieter compared to the other side.
However, there are also affordable property on the Asian side of Istanbul. In which districts are the cheapest houses on the Anatolian side?
This list was prepared according to the real estate index data for the last 12 months.
Sancaktepe is one of the districts in Istanbul where real estate projects are abundant. It has a higher population density than the average population of Istanbul.
Since real estate prices are very reasonable, real estate projects are suitable for many families’ dreams.
The average price per square meter in Sancaktepe is 2,459 TL.
Sultanbeyli district is located next to Kartal in the southwest, Pendik in the east and Sancaktepe in the northwest.
The average price per square meter in this region, which dates back to ancient times, is 2,779 TL.
Pendik, which has a coastline on the Sea of Marmara, is located next to Tuzla in the southeast, Gebze in the east, Sile and Çekmeköy in the north, Kartal, Sancaktepe, and Sultanbeyli in the west. Pendik is one of the areas where real estate projects are developing significantly in recent years.
In Pendik the average price per square meter is 3,016 TL.
Çekmeköy, formerly a municipality Ümraniye, was established in 2009 of 17 neighborhoods and 5 villages.
The average price per square meter in Çekmeköy is 3,021 TL.
Edit By: Realty Group