House sales up in Türkiye in February

House sales up in Türkiye in February


House sales rose by 17.3% in February on a yearly basis in Türkiye, the country's statistical authority said on Thursday, CE Report quotes Anadolu.

Total house sales amounted to 93,902 units in the month, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) said.Istanbul had the lion's share in the month with 17.4% or 16,344 units in February, followed by the capital Ankara with 8,300 units and the Aegean province Izmir with 5,168 units.

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