Updated: Sep 11
Here is a list of all the neighborhoods in Alanya that are impacted by the decision
Foreigners will no longer be able to obtain residence permits for houses they rent in these 4 neighborhoods.
The Ministry of Interior in Turkey has announced a decision that affects foreign residents in a total of 1,169 neighborhoods across 58 provinces. In Antalya, a popular coastal area known for its tourist attractions, there are 10 neighborhoods where foreigners are no longer able to apply for new residence permits (Ikamet).
These neighborhoods include Hurma, Sarısu, and Liman in Konyaaltı district, Kargicak, Mahmutlar, Kestel, and Avsallar in Alanya, Topçular Mahallesi in Muratpaşa, as well as AOSB2 and AEOSB3 Section neighborhoods in Döşemealtı. This decision does not affect foreigners who are already residing in these neighborhoods. However, foreigners who will apply for a residence permit after the regulation will not be able to obtain one for houses they rent in these 10 closed neighborhoods in Antalya. Foreigners who have previously bought or will buy property in these neighborhoods can stay for 180 days with a tourist visa, but they cannot obtain a residence permit based on this property. The aim of this decision is to reduce prices due to the decrease in demand, as both rental and sales prices in these neighborhoods have significantly increased. It is expected that rental prices may decrease in the closed neighborhoods due to the decrease in demand. However, neighboring neighborhoods may experience an increase in prices as foreigners who cannot reside in the closed neighborhoods may move to these areas.
Here is a list of all the neighborhoods in
Alanya that are not impacted by the decision
Foreigners will be able to obtain residence permits for houses they rent or buy in these neighborhoods.
Alanya (Alanya Centrum)
In summary, this decision by the Ministry of Interior affects 10 neighborhoods in Antalya where foreigners are no longer able to apply for new residence permits. The aim is to decrease prices in these neighborhoods due to the high demand and increased prices caused by foreign residents from Russia, Ukraine, and other countries. Existing foreign residents are not affected by this decision.
You can read more on this webpage: https://www.e-ikamet.com/en