Türkiye is currently the 7th biggest agricultural producer globally. There is no denying that food is one of the basic human needs. This fact alone makes the agriculture investment a lucrative offer for foreigners looking forward to earning a good return and secure their financial future.
Growing Food Demand in Domestic and International Market
Agriculture sector is vital for Turkish economy due to factors like ever-increasing food demand for growing domestic and global population. Moreover, with highly demanded Turkish agricultural products like pistachios and almonds, it has a significant contribution to the GDP, too. With millions of citizens employed, agriculture sector is also Türkiye’s largest employer with millions of citizens working in this sector.
History shows that many products that came out of the rapid technological advancement became obsolete even though they were deemed to be essential at one point. But the priority for the world currently is sustainable food chains so that is never going to be the fate of agriculture sector.
Perfect Geostrategic Location
Not only has Türkiye got the perfect geostrategic location where it acts as a bridge between Europe and Asia, but it has also got favourable climate and soil making it an ideal destination for farmland investment. With growing world population and an increasing need for agricultural products, Türkiye has the advantage of producing many agricultural products that are high in demand, both in the local and international market.
Secure and Stable Investment
Lastly, agriculture investment is your heritage and income for life. Investing in agricultural land is fairly secure with much lower risks compared to other investment options, and it is pretty stable, too, where as an investor you can calculate the income that will be generated each year.
Given all these points, it is clear that agriculture sector is of utmost importance in Türkiye and a great investment opportunity for foreigners. Furthermore, the agriculture land for sale in Türkiye is affordable when compared to many other countries.
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