Turkey is a world leader in property price growth,Istanbul Properties, The Global Property Guide has made a research and analyzed to determine the annual increase of real estate prices in 2014 around the world. According to the international report, Turkey leads the annual profit of properties.

Global Property Guide analyzes the performance of the largest economies in the world with its property prices, which are listed as the fastest and slowest rated markets.

After the annual increase in house prices in the fourth quarter of 2014, Turkey holds on the list. Here is the list of 10 world's fastest growing real estate markets:

1. TURKEY
Property prices in Turkey rose 16.89% year on year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 13.61%.
Prices rose 3.83% over the previous quarter.

2. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Dubai
Increase in property prices in Dubai is 16.48% for the previous year.
Prices fell 0.88 percent on a quarterly basis.

3. IRELAND
House prices in Ireland rose 16.29% year on year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 6.38%.
Prices rose 3.83% over the previous quarter.

4. HONG KONG
Property prices in Hong Kong rose 13.26% year on year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 7.69%.
Prices rose 4.24% over the previous quarter.

5. ESTONIA
House prices in Estonia rose 12.09% year on year, which was less than 2013, the increase of 18.24%.
Prices rose 2.47% over the previous quarter.

6. JAPAN -Tokyo
House prices in Japan rose 10.92% year on year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 5.58%.
Prices rose by 5.75% over the previous quarter.

7. SWEDEN
House prices in Sweden rose 8.57% over the year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 3.90%.
Prices rose 1.16% over the previous quarter.

8. ISRAEL
House prices in Israel rose 8.45% over the year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 7.38%.
Prices rose 2.01% over the previous quarter.

9. UNITED KINGDOM
House prices in Britain rose 8.34% over the year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 7.07%.
Prices rose 0.10% over the previous quarter.

10. SOUTH AFRICA
House prices in South Africa rose 8.10% over the year, which was more than 2013, the increase of 3.91%.
Prices rose by 1.95% over the previous quarter.

09/04/2019