The North Anatolian Fault (NAF) is a major feature of Middle Eastern tectonics, and several previous InSAR studies have measured interseismic deformation across the fault. All previous studies, however, have used SAR data acquired from a single line-of-sight (LOS) direction, leading to large uncertainties on model parameters and necessitating several modelling assumptions to be made. We have measured interseismic deformation across the NAF using both ascending and descending SAR data for the first time, an aim that has previously been limited by the availability of ascending data. By using SAR data from two look directions we have been able to reduce the range of uncertainties in slip rate and locking depth from previous studies by 60%, and by assuming no vertical motion across the fault, we estimate both fault-normal and fault-parallel motion. These results support other evidence for predominantly horizontal strike-slip motion on the NAF. Our data are consistent with a slip rate of 20–26 mm/yr below a locking depth of 13.5–25 km for the NAF.