Old and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFPOld and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFP
Old and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFP

Turkey’s US$250,000 citizenship by investment scheme seems like a bargain as lira’s value plunges

  • Hyperlink Immigration Consulting is facilitating the investment programme
  • It said it was willing to buy back property from investors should its value fall after three years

Topic |   International Property
Old and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFPOld and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFP
Old and new buildings stand side by side at Alibeykoy district in Istanbul. Turkey has reduced the investment to US$250,000 in the country’s real estate to acquire its citizenship. Photo: AFP
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