Turkey Property: Q and A with Spot Blue
Spot Blue is highly regarded within the UK property scene for its knowledge of property in Turkey and related subjects. So much so that our director Julian Walker has just been on the expert panel at the A Place in the Sun seminar on Turkey.
Date: August 11, 2011 | Written By admin
Yes. Making an offer for a property in Turkey works in the same way as in other property markets in the world, essentially it is ‘Willing buyer – Willing seller’ Spot Blue will put forward all sensible offers to the seller – whether a developer, builder or private seller. The offer needs to be put [...]
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Yes, Spot Blue run Turkish property viewing trips all year round to the various regions of Turkey subject to flight availability. Please contact Spot Blue on +44 (0)20 8339 6036 now to arrange your trip.
Date: October 12, 2011 | Written By admin
Yes we do. The Turkish property market changes on a daily basis. There are always new sellers submitting their property details to Spot Blue, such as developers, private resellers, land owners and business owners, all of whom Spot Blue will vet carefully before adding them to our books and listing them on our website. Properties [...]
Date: February 4, 2013 | Written By admin
Maintenance fees depend on factors such as the type of property you purchase and the facilities which are offered for the residents. For example, a studio apartment, which has one shared pool will have a lower maintenance fee than a detached villa with a private pool on a large communal complex which has many facilities [...]
Date: April 16, 2012 | Written By admin
Buying costs vary from region to region, and deal to deal, but these are the generally accepted minimum charges & costs involved (Please note that prices are FROM in each case) -Independent Legal Fees from £500 (Turkey Based, more if UK based and subject to the work completed) -Notary Costs (including Power of Attorney [...]
Date: October 8, 2011 | Written By admin
To purchase a property in Turkey, you will need to take the following with you to Turkey : 1) 4 passport size photos for each buyer on the Title Deed 2) A utility bill to prove your address in the UK / country of residence to open a bank account 3) Access to funds of [...]
Date: August 1, 2011 | Written By admin
Ankara is the capital of Turkey, however Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey.