An increasing number of people may want to move abroad and become an expatriate in Turkey because of the current exchange rate, according to Atlas International.
Giovanna Gentile, PR executive of the firm, said that Turkey is likely to attract more people in 2009 as those looking to buy foreign property will try to avoid countries that use the Euro.
"Turkey is taking its place as one of the most attractive markets. You can buy your property in Sterling and prices are still very low compared to the rest of Europe," she said.
Ms Gentile went on to say that the economic slowdown has pushed Turkish property prices down, which may encourage more people to move abroad to the country to take advantage of the low costs.
"Some areas of Turkey are actually standing up well to the global economic downturn and areas such as Antalya and Fethiye are still on the rise," she added.
Turkey is one of the ten locations the Financial Times think people can safely buy property in.
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