Housing prices in Istanbul surpassed Covid-19
Istanbul Planning Agency’s (IPA) Istanbul Barometer has been published every month to take the pulse of Istanbulites. In the report published by IPA, the Istanbul screen from domestic agenda to mood levels; from his economic views to his work.
HOUSING ENTERPRISES AND HIGH RENTS
According to the report, 35.5 percent of “Housing and rentals are on our agenda”, 14.8 percent pointed to Kovid-19. Shelter issue was involved in college life and other issues in the economic showdown.
According to the report, 52 percent of Istanbul residents, where September will deteriorate, will see the Turkish economy worsen, while 28 percent will be the economy and 18.8 percent will get worse.
“Economy will get worse”
41.8 percent of Istanbul residents will recover on their own.
IPA will pass by September, 42.2 percent said they will earn enough to live on, and 3.2 percent said they succeeded. While wearing the accumulation underline, 36 percent said that 20,3 percent said buying foreign exchange and 14 percent buying crypto money.
“CRYPTO COINS ARE UNSAFE”
While 67.7 percent of the participants did not find that they had money, 6.4 percent said they had it, 5.4 percent said it was preferred, and 20 percent said they would get their opinion.
CREDIT CARD DEBT
While 38.8 percent of the mothers in the survey learned about debt, 51 percent reported that they did not lend, 3.4 percent would borrow money, and 6.5 percent would borrow.
33.2 percent of the respondents to the survey can pay the minimum payment of credit card debt. While 45 percent stated that the credit card gave the entire credit card, 13 percent stated that they could not pay at all.
JOB SEEKING PARTICIPANTS CANNOT FIND A JOB
Because they are looking for a job, 73.7 of them say they will not find a job anytime soon.
Participants were asked to evaluate Eylülki and their emotional state. The average stress level of Istanbul residents is 7.2; anxiety level was measured as 6.7. Loss of life was recorded as 4.5 level, level 5.