Posted on 30 September 2017
Experts say buying a home is one of the biggest and most important life decisions to make. Not only does it become a financial asset contributing towards your net worth, but it is also a haven, and a place to rest, relax and recharge your batteries, hence the old-fashioned saying “home, sweet home.”
If you are researching how to buy property in Turkey as a foreigner, the good news is that it is straightforward, easy and quick. Of course, as international property agents, you also have our expertise, experience and assistance at every step of the way.
Below is a brief introduction on how the process works, and we are always available via phone, email or in person to give further detailed information and answer any questions you may have. Call us now on +44 (0)20 8339 6036 or use our contact form to send an email.
How to Buy Property in Turkey : Additional Notes
- Some areas in Turkey, allow foreign owners to sign for their title deeds on the same day as purchase, while others perform a military search first. Once you let us know the area that you are interested in, we will inform you of the exact process.
- If you choose to sign for the deeds yourself, a translator is required by law, and you will also need compulsory insurance, of which we will show you how to obtain.
- In many sales of new properties, builders let their clients move in before the deeds are signed for.
- If you have bought an apartment in a complex, you will need to pay a monthly fee towards communal facilities, and this can be paid directly to the management complex committee.