Although prime property in Turkey saw strong rental gains in 2022, a slowing economy looks set to weigh on occupier demand and cause rent growth to decelerate next year. Meanwhile, the risk of a sharper depreciation of the lira risks pricing out local tenants unable to meet dollar-denominated rent obligations.
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