How to buy property in Turkey
Property in Turkey enjoys a very high demand among Russians. The causes are many: the mild climate, ease of preparation of documents, relatively low prices, the possibility of a vacation resort areas on the coast.
Instruction how to buy property in Turkey
Consult a professional agency, which is engaged in the conclusion of sales transactions. By doing this, you will save a lot of time and effort. The professionals are well-versed in the intricacies of the Turkish real estate market and can help you at all stages of the purchase of housing.
Choose your apartment or villa in Turkey. Be very careful if you are looking for accommodation on their own, without the help of professionals, you can become a victim of fraud. Remember that foreign nationals are permitted to purchase in Turkey, flats, apartments, villas, land area less than 2.5 hectares. Furthermore, property must not be located in the countryside or in close proximity to strategic areas.
When you find a property that you are completely satisfied, sign a contract with the seller in the Russian and Turkish. To do this you need an interpreter. Also it is necessary to resort to the services of a specialist, who will check legal purity of your chosen property. So you can be sure that the house no restrictions, the seller has sufficient rights to its sale, and there are no obstacles for the conclusion of a legal transaction.
Give the seller a deposit. Its value can range from 10 to 25% of the cost of housing. The amount of the deposit, the details of payment by installments, the total value of the property should be registered in the contract.
Apply at Land Registry Office an application for a permit for the purchase of housing. It is this phase of the transaction lasts longer than all: waiting for the authorization has to 3-5 months. This is due to the fact that the Land Registry Office sends requests to other government agencies to ensure the legality of the sale of property to a foreign citizen.
Arrange title document and register it in the Land Registry Office. Such a document is called in Turkey Tapu: after you receive it you will become the full owner of the acquired real estate.