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افزایش «ده‌برابری» خریداران ایرانی ملک در ترکیه

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خبرآنلاین گزارشی پیرامون خرید املاک در ترکیه توسط ایرانیان منتشر کرد. در این گزارش آمده است که همواره شمار بیشتری از ایرانیان سرمایه خود را صرف خرید خانه و آپارتمان در کشور همسایه می‌کنند.

طبق این گزارش، ایرانی‌ها در سال ۲۰۲۰ هفت هزار و ۱۸۹ ملک در ترکیه خریداری کرده‌اند که نسبت به آمار سال ۲۰۱۷ (حدود ۷۰۰ واحد) افزایشی ده‌برابری به‌شمار می‌رود.

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