Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKİ), aims fundamentally at producing solutions to the problems with regard to housing and urbanization in Turkey at national scale, and continues its activities to realize presentation of an adequate number of quality housing in healthy urban environment of the country.

In line with the Turkish Government Programs and legal assignments, since the year 2002, TOKİ has been assigned to focus on developing mass housing projects for the middle and low income target groups, due to the existing demand for qualified and affordable houses in several regions.

TOKİ, with its rapid housing production practices, aims to meet 5% -10% of the housing need of Turkey.

The social housing program of TOKİ targets mainly the low and middle-income people who cannot own a housing unit under the existing market conditions. Social housing program consist the projects targeting poor groups, low-income families, middle-income families and urban transformation projects, and additionally the housing projects under the title of disaster management and restructuring.

The other activities are mainly the agricultural village projects, migrant dwellings, restoration of buildings of historical-cultural importance, cooperative credits and housing credits for victims of war.

Within the scope of the "Planned Urbanization and Housing Development Mobilization" of the Governments of Republic of Turkey, since 2002;  847.954  housing units' productions in 81 provinces have been given start at 3.724  construction sites, by TOKİ. (by September 2019)  

727.252 of the houses produced (86,27%) are social type housing units.

The number of sold houses is 746.618  & the number of delivered houses is 716.013.  6.038 tenders amounting to 113 Billion TL. (including VAT) has been finalized at construction and project stages.