Often as a promotor of Turkish property for sale, you have to move sharpish to add a property to your portfolio: knowing too well that it will be popular with your current clients and investor list. It's also not unknown for a property to sell before you even had the chance to send round the photographer, sometimes a homeowners photos are used temporarily, or you have to make do with quick snaps from a mobile phone.
With this in mind, we still try our best to provide our potential buyers with the best photos we can, even if that means loading on temporary images to update pictures taken with our correct equipment.
We, of course, do our best to show the property in its best light. Still, we're also aware that buyers looking to buy a holiday, relocation or investment property in Turkey need to see as much of the property as possible, especially so at a time when visiting to purchase a home in Turkey is so tricky. To enable this, we try to set up virtual viewings as much as possible and, if need be to take photos are different times of the day (and year if appropriate to the listing).
Therefore, we encourage visitors to our site to check back on property they have their eye on and look out for comments such as **Updated with new photos** such as the Bodrum stone villa for sale in Gumbet today (Also Featured listing of the week). And to reach out should they wish to see additional photos or arrange a live viewing appointment: All our agents have smartphones, and our photographer is just a booking away.
As licensed and registered real estate agents, we strive to provide buyers with the peace of mind that they dont have to miss out on looking for property for sale in the Aegean because of the current global situation. And homeowners who have property they wish to sell in Turkey will be marketed with the same enthusiasm we offered clients pre the pandemic.