In Esenyurt, house prices are changed by range of 1.700-6500 TL per square meter and in Beylikdüzü these prices are 2.000-7.000 TL per square meter.
Cansel Turgut Yazıcı who is general manager of EVA Real estate appraisal states that prestigious construction companies have developed residential and qualified housing in these two regions as the transportation paths in the Esenyurt and Beylikdüzü routes increase the accessibility to the region and the accessible unit valuable houses can be produced.
Integrated transport networks increase demand and prices. Yazıcı, who states that Esenyurt is located in an easily accessible location on the central axis of the E-5 Highway and TEM Highway, which are the backbone of Istanbul's transportation system, states that there are needs to have site-type projects with secure and social facilities.
Yazıcı states that the most important factor of setting housing sector in motion is being in the same region with Atatürk Airport and shopping malls. Yazıcı states that Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro route is expected to increase the demand and she added that the Mahmutbey station which will be integrated with Kirazlı-Başakşehir-Olimpiyatköy and Kabataş-Mahmutköy rail system routes will cause a second rising fluctuation of housing prices.
Yazıcı, Bakırköy-Avcılar-Esenyurt-Beylikdüzü-Büyükçekmece (TUYAP) metro route, planned to be completed in 2017 in the Beylikdüzü-Gürpınar region, will make transportation to the region easier and increase housing prices.
Yazıcı, who states that another factor of increasing the housing prices is being littoral and having good landscape, states that villa concept in that region is caused by these reasons.