How do property prices in Turkey compare to those of the rest of the world?

We estimated the average cost of a city-centre two-bed flat in 99 countries to find out of these,

Turkey was one of the cheapest modern societies to purchase.

The average across all countries was £148,000

Which makes Turkey's  figure lower than the global average.

The most expensive place to buy a flat is Hong Kong (too small to be seen on the map)

with a two-bed flat costing an eye-watering £1.4 million – nine times the global average.

 

The 10 most expensive countries

1. Hong Kong: £1,388,000

2. Singapore: £860,000

3. Switzerland: £501,000

4. South Korea: £478,000

5. Japan: £391,000

6. Taiwan: £ 371,000

7. France: £319,00

8. Israel: £318,000

9. China: £309,000

10. Norway: £289,000

 

The 10 cheapest countries

1. Pakistan: £29,000

2. Venezuela: £30,000

3. Egypt: £33,000

4. Tunisia: £35,000

5. Honduras: £39,000

6. Uzbekistan: £39,000

7. Turkey: £ 40,000

8. Namibia: £41,000

9. Nigeria: £41,000

10. Moldova: £43,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

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