Istanbul moves

Istanbul moves

Istanbul moves

As the devastating effects of the Kahramanmaraş earthquake continue, the desire to live in solid buildings and in a solid region has increased migratory mobility in Istanbul and Ankara. In the third quarter of the year, both cities reached the highest value in the last two years in the relocation index. While Küçükçekmece and Ümraniye were the districts with the highest number of movements in Istanbul, Çankaya stood out in Ankara.

According to the moving mobility report prepared in cooperation with real estate information and analysis company REIDIN and Enakliyat, Istanbul’s mobility index increased by 10.40 percent in the third quarter of 2023 compared to the previous quarter and 90 .65 percent compared to the same period in 2022. . The index reached its highest value in the last two years at 73.0 in the third quarter. According to the index, Istanbul Küçükçekmece was the busiest district with 6.81 percent, the most lively district with 7.27 percent and the most preferred district with 6.99 percent. In the moving category, the district was followed by Ümraniye with 6.35 percent, Esenyurt with 4.50 percent, Pendik with 4.45 percent and Maltepe with 4.35 percent. Ümraniye, Üsküdar, Kadıköy and Pendik were among the preferred districts.

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Ankara’s moving index increased by 28.83 percent in the third quarter of the year and 11.71 percent in the same period last year. The period in which the index had the highest value in the past two years was the third quarter of this year with a value of 126. According to the report, Çankaya district in Ankara was the busiest district with 24.24 percent, the most active district with 25.25 percent and the most preferred district with 22.36 percent. In the category of districts moved to the most, the district was followed by Etimesgut with 16.08 percent, Yenimahalle with 14.45 percent, Mamak with 10.72 percent and Keçiören with 10.26 percent. hundred.

Atakent is the neighborhood with the most movements

The Atakent district in Küçükçekmece became the busiest, liveliest and most preferred neighborhood in Istanbul. In Ankara, the Eryaman district of Etimesgut won the title of neighborhood with the most movements. Burcu Köksal, director of data research at REIDIN, said: “The report reveals that the movement continues to accelerate in Istanbul and Ankara. “Kucukcekmece and Umraniye stand out as the districts where the most people move to Istanbul,” he said.

Source: Sozcu

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