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What are Istanbul's most expensive places to rent houses?
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2021-04-07 Last update 2021-04-22

What are Istanbul's most expensive places to rent houses?

The Indexa Real Estate Studies platform published a report on house rents in Istanbul areas during the first quarter of 2021.

Istanbul's most expensive area

According to the Indexa report on house rents in Istanbul, the Sariyer district was ranked first, among the highest per square meter rents in its apartments.

The average rent per square meter in Sariyer was 29 TL and when it was found that the average apartment space in this area was 116 square meters, the average rent for the house reached 3,473 TL during the first months of this year.

Rents in Besiktas and Bakirkoy

In the same context, the Besiktas region came in second place, as the rent per square meter in it reached 29 TL.

With regard to the rental of an apartment in Besiktas, an area with an average apartment area of 100 square meters, the average rent per month was 2850 TL.

Bakirkoy ranked third in the rents of Istanbul apartments, as the rent per square meter in it reached 26 TL, and at 2863 TL per month for the apartment whose average area is estimated at 110 square meters.

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The cheapest regions of Istanbul

As for the cheapest houses in Istanbul in the Catalca area, at a rental price of 9 TL per square meter.

As for the average apartment of 95 square meters in Catalca, it was estimated at 887 TL.

In second place in terms of rent licenses, Arnavutkoy came with a rent of 10 TL per square meter, while its average rent of 95 square meters reached 950 TL.

Silivri came in third place with an average rent of 1,000 TL per month, with an average apartment area of 100 square meters.

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What about the ages of the houses?

With regard to the average age of investment for construction, the Beykoz region has been ranked first among the regions of Istanbul with the highest investment age, with the average age of investment in the region reaching 56 years.

The area of Besiktas came second, with an average investment life of 41 years, followed by the Sariyer region in third place with an average construction life of 39 years.

Istanbul apartment rents

The average rent and age of investment for construction in all the administratively independent regions of Istanbul are as follows:

Area Name
Average rent per square meter (TL)
Average apartment size in the area(m2)
Average apartment rent per month (TL)
The average investment life of the building(Year)
Sariyer
Sarıyer
29
116
3,473
39
Besiktas
Beşiktaş
29
100
2,850
41
Bakirkoy
Bakırköy
26
110
2,863
36
Kadikoy
Kadıköy
24
120
2,820
36
Beyoglu
Beyoğlu
24
85
2,157
20
Adalar
Adala
23
100
2,171
35
Sisli
Şişli
23
90
2,073
23
Basksehir
Başaklehir
20
118
2,349
25
Zeytinburnu
Zeytinburnu
20
90
1,812
21
Fatih
Fatih
20
85
1,694
20
Atasehir
Ataşehir
19
90
1,728
25
Kaigthane
Kağıthane
19
85
1,569
22
Kucukcekmece
Küçükçekmece
19
95
1,774
21
Uskudar
Üsküdar
18
95
1.667
28
Eyupsultan
Eyüpsultan
18
92
1,816
21
Bayrampasa
Bayrampaşa
17
90
1,469
23
Beykoz
Beykoz
16
120
1,903
56
Maltepe
Maltepe
16
100
1,600
26
Sile
Şile
16
100
1,592
26
Beylikduzu
Beylikdüzü
16
125
1,905
19
Umraniye
Ümraniye
15
95
1,370
26
Avcilar
Avcılar
15
110
1,598
22
Bahcelievler
Bahçelievler
15
100
1,536
21
Bagcilar
Bağcılar
15
95
1,448
21
Gungoren
Güngören
15
105
1,599
20
Gaziosmanpasa
Gaziosmanpaşa
15
95
1,504
20
Esenyurt
Esenyurt
15
95
1,422
16
Buyukcekmece
Büyükçekmece
14
130
1,794
26
Esenler
Esenler
14
95
1,295
22
Kartal
Kartal
13
100
1,332
28
Tuzla
Tuzla
13
100
1,257
26
Cekmekoy
Çekmeköy
13
90
1,117
25
Sultangazi
Sultangazi
12
100
1,152
23
Pendik
Pendik
11
100
1,152
27
Sultanbeyli
Sultanbeyli
10
100
969
28
Silivri
Silivri
10
100
1,000
26
Sancaktepe
Sancaktepe
10
100
1,038
25
Arnavutkoy
Arnavutköy
10
95
950
25
Catalica
Çatalca
9
95
887
31

 

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Reference: endeksa.com

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