Buying Property in Turkey
Buying property in Turkey
Buying property in Turkey is a safe and easy process provided buyers use the services of a reputable estate agent. However, you should be careful who you buy
Buying property is easy with Basic Apartment. We will tell you in 3 steps
Step 1: Buying Contract and deposit
Once a sale is agreed, a purchase contract will be drawn up for the buyer and seller to sign and the deposit is paid. On signature of the contract and payment of the deposit, the contract becomes binding on both parties. The deposit is generally 10%
Contracts should ideally be signed by buyer and seller face to face in the presence of the Turkish solicitor. However, this is not always possible and it is acceptable for the buyer to sign the contract back in their home country witnessed by a local solicitor or notary public.
Step 2: Application
The Title deed transfer application process in Turkey is similar to that in many other European countries.
The seller made application to Title deed Office with the document below:
A translated and notarized photocopy of the buyer and sellers’ passports.
Details of the property are submitted.
2 photos of buyer and seller.
Step 3: Completion. Transfer of the Title Deed:
At completion, both buyer and seller must meet in person at the local land registry office for the transfer of the title deed. The official translator should be ready at the office for Foreigner buyers.
On the transfer of the title deed, the balance of the contract will be paid to the seller.
Power of Attorney:
If you don't have time to be in Turkey in for Title Deed transfer process you can give power of attorney to Basic Apartment and we follow all procedure for you!
There is no hidden cost in Basic Apartment!