Pendik is home to both Sabiha Gökçen Airport and the Istanbul station of the High-Speed ​​Train. It makes Pendik and surrounding regions one of the ideal investment options. Pendik, located in the eastern half of Istanbul province; it is surrounded by Tuzla, Gebze, and Şile, Çekmeköy, Kartal, Sancaktepe, Sultanbeyli and the Sea of​Marmara. It is spread over an area of ​​approximately 200 km2 and has 9 km of coastline.

The 540-bed Marmara University Pendik Training and Research Hospital, which is the largest hospital on the Anatolian Side, serves in Pendik. Pendik Mound, Aydos Hill and Aydos Castle are the first among the historical and cultural places that can be visited in the district.

Real Estate Investment in Pendik

Housing prices have increased by 2.03% in the last year in the Pendik housing market for sale. The average depreciation time for a 100 square meter house in Pendik district is 22 years. As of the end of 2020, the most valuable neighbourhoods in Pendik district for housing are Sülüntepe, Velibaba, Güllü Bağlar, Çamçeşme, and Yayalar. Average for sale residential property size is 105 square meters.

Investments made by the private sector in recent years and the extension of the Kadıköy - Kartal metro line to Pendik increase the value of the district. Being close to Sabiha Gökçen Airport and E-5 highway also makes Pendik a very valuable investment area. Pendik is located close to the O-6 highway, which is used to reach the 3rd bridge with the railway coming from Ankara, E-5 and TEM highway. This situation makes Pendik a centre where the roads used to enter and exit Istanbul and the city intersect. All these are preferred by people who want to invest in real estate in Pendik.

Area Guide

If you're looking for a peaceful and suburban lifestyle, areas outside the city center are a good option.