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Unlock The Secret To Invest In Agricultural Land In Turkey As A Foreigner

Did you know Turkey is the world’s seventh-largest agricultural producer? Foreign individuals can easily do agricultural investment in turkey in a minimum of 10.000 sqm planted farmland under their name.
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Turkey is an ideal destination for agricultural investments with its perfect weather conditions and soil. Turkey is one of the leading producers and exporters of various crops, including apricots, hazelnuts, cherries, tea, chestnuts, olives, figs, and tobacco.

At AIM, we provide investors with the opportunity to invest in farmland in Turkish cities and earn profitable returns. We have a team of experienced professionals who provide comprehensive support to ensure that investors are able to make the most out of their agricultural investments. Our team provides assistance to investors on various aspects, such as identifying the best agricultural investment opportunities and scaling them to earn maximum profits.

We invite investors from all over the world to take advantage of the lucrative agricultural investment in Turkey. With the help of our team, you can easily scale and earn profits through the world of Turkish agricultural investment opportunities!

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About 23% of the Turkish economy is compromises of Agriculture. Due to the increasing demand from local and international investors, the lands located in the active farming zone are gaining visibility and popularity.

In some parts of Manisa and Antalya cities of Turkey, we have monitored a dramatic increase in the value. Based on previous years’ data, farmland prices have been increasing by about 20% every year. This makes it easy to forecast the farming future in the selected areas.​

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