Unnamed Premier League Footballer buys property in Bodrum

An unnamed International Footballer from the English Premier League has purchased a property in Turkey in the city of Bodrum.

The well-known footballer, an International striker for a top four team in England is said to have purchased the property with a view to making real estate deals in Turkey, a property market magnet.

Working in tandem with Place Overseas to find the right property, the footballer chose to purchase in Turkey as it offers the best conditions for the real estate market right now.

Place Overseas owner Cameron Deggin said: “We have been working with the football player’s agent to find the right property in the right area; Bodrum was decided as it has great potential and a return on investment while at the same time offering a fantastic place to live or spend holidays.”

The Turkish property market is currently experiencing a golden period, as many investors look to invest in Turkey over the less financially stable countries such as Italy or Spain. Investing in a property in Turkey makes financial sense at this moment in time.

With the Turkish property market booming, footballers are also seemingly choose to move to Turkey to play football, it seems to go hand in hand that footballers spoilt for money would choose to invest their money in Turkish property.

In recent years many International footballers have been uprooting and moving to Turkey to sample the unrivalled sunshine and lifestyle. Former Real Madrid superstar Guti Hernandez currently plays for Turkish Cup winners Besiktas, while Turkish giants Galatasaray recently announced the signing of Brazil international Felipe Melo from Juventus. Even former English Premier League players such as Scott Carson, Harry Kewell, and Lucas Neill have all moved to Turkish teams in recent years.

With so much money in the Turkish football league, teams like Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, and Besiktas have been spending freely in recent years to propel Turkish football to a new level of competitiveness; even players such as Arsenal’s Russian winger Andrey Arshavin have been linked with a move to Turkey recently. The Turkish football league is cash rich and lots of footballers are attracted to that.

As footballers look to move Turkish football to a new level, they could also be set to become key players in the Turkish property market too. Footballers love money, and there is no better way to make money than to invest in real estate and make shrewd deals in the Turkish property market.

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