Ankara Metro Lines Fly Home Prices: In Ankara, housing prices have gone through an incredible rise due to the metro line.Emlakjet.com has also conducted a detailed research on the mobility in the Ankara housing market.
According to the research, the investors who bought houses by seeing the distances shortened with the construction of the metro in Ankara made high profits thanks to the valuation created by other social equipment that was rapidly built in the region. In the research, the regions on the Batıkent-Sincan / Törekent line, which are made as a continuation of the Kızılay-Batıkent subway, are mentioned as the first valued places.
19 PREMIUM PERCENTED
According to the analysis, while the housing prices in Eryaman increased by 2011 percent in 12, 2012 percent in 14 and 2013 percent in 17, it is emphasized that with the opening of the line in 2014, both sales increased by 19 percent and rents increased by 23 percent. Okan Arı, General Manager of Emlakjet.com said, “The regions on the Batıkent-Sincan / Törekent metro line appear as the first valued places. Mobility was felt in these areas in 2011 when the construction of the subway started. In 2013, its acceleration increased ”.
METREKARE PRICE 1.115 LIRA
According to the research, another of the regions that are rapidly valued is Tandogan, another line under construction, due to the Keçiören metro line, Keçiören. Bee, which is quite reasonable with a price of 3 thousand square meters of housing for 1 + 115 apartments, is considered as a suitable option now, as it will be valued more in the future. Arı said, “While the movement is still forming around the metro lines, real estate properties continue to maintain their value in the districts such as Ulus, Kurtuluş, Cebeci, Kolej, located in the central regions of Ankara.”
According to the research, the settlement that took place in the last decade in the Eskişehir Road and surrounding areas on the Kızılay-Çayyolu metro line made the region valuable in a short time. Average square meter prices, which were 2011 TL in 200, rose to 2013 TL in 650.