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How To Live Abroad In Turkey - Cost Of Living In Turkey, How To Get A Visa, Pros and Cons Of Expat Life

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Thinking of moving to Turkey? Get the details on expat life in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Expats living in Turkey enjoy a high quality of life, low living costs, and uncomplicated residence permits and visa processes. There is even potential to acquire Turkish citizenship by investment.


   
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(@Farrah)
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Bravao. what an informative and stylish page.


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Thanks, Farrah, I'm glad you found it useful.


   
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(@Hanane)
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Great website, super informative and straight to the point...do you have some infos on how to land a job in Turkey and/or the best websites for employment research over there. Thanks


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Hi Hanane,

Thanks for the compliment. I'm glad you find the content useful. Regrettably, I don't have any employment networks or contacts for Turkey. Sorry, I couldn't help, but I'll keep an eye out.

Good luck with your job search.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@Jennifer S Sturdivant)
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Great read. Thank you for the information. Will definitely refer back to it if I decide to make the leap. Love all the things I have learned so far about this amazing country.


   
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Thanks, Jennifer. I'm glad you found the guide useful. Turkey is an underrated gem with great sites, history, beaches, and food. Definitely come and check it out. Let me know if you have any questions about living in Turkey.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@Imtiaz Ismail)
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Very informative and interesting


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Hi Imtiaz,

Glad you found it useful. Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@William)
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Hi Marco - thanks for the info excellent help an in Australia looking to move to Turkey soon on a permanent basis & acquire real estate to settle down
Who is a good contact in Turkey to get the visa etc going
William


   
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Hi William,

Thanks for reaching out. I'm glad you found the expat information on Turkey useful. I don't currently have a contact to help with the Turkish visa. Let me reach out to my extended network and see if there is someone I can feel comfortable recommending.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@Susan)
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Excellent article about this fabulous country. The safest place I’ve ever been to, more than Italy. Turks I’ve met are hospitable and generous. My fave country in the world.


   
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Hi Susan,

Thanks for the kind words. I agree with you 100%. Turkey is underrated. Delicious Food, Friendly People, Historical Architecture, Easy Visas for US Citizens, and Low Cost of Living. Lots to love about Turkey.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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(@Safari Pete)
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Great write up Marco. What is the best website to search for 1 bedroom apartments etc to rent for 1 to 3 months.


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Hi Pete,

It depends on the city/area you are looking for. I give a few apartment search tips in my Antalya article, but there are a couple of websites that work country-wide.

https://nomadicfire.com/cost-of-living-in-turkey-antalya#housing

Cheers,

Marco


   
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