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The following information is intended to help you understand the process and give you an indication of the obligations of overseas home ownership.
The official body, which represents the seller and the buyer's legal interest's is the Land Registry Office, "TAPU." This public service ensures the following:
The client will be provided with a list of English speaking solicitors recommended by the local council. The clients appointed solicitor will verify the process of purchasing a property here in Turkey therefore, protecting the purchaser's interests.
Property surveys are not a legal requirement in Turkey, the client often feels it is prudent especially in the case of older properties for a survey to be carried out, at the client's request their appointed solicitor can make arrangements for a survey to be done.
Please note any buildings constructed after the year 2000 have to adhere to the recently passed Building Regulations Law which sets strict standards in terms of type of build, quality of materials used and health and safety features required. This process is implemented by the Turkish Building Standards Authority named "Yapi Denetim."
The following will be required:
Elite Homes advise their clients to open bank account in Turkey which will help them to set up any future direct debits to cover the every day running costs of their new home and to obtain a tax number a requirement needed when opening a bank account and purchasing a home. Of course, Elite Homes will be more than happy to assist in this as part of our service.
Please note before signing any contracts Elite Homes will provide a full breakdown of all costs involved on top of the purchase price of the property, usually estimated in and around 9%.
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ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL COSTS
ESTIMATED ANNUAL RUNNING COSTS
The costs shown are a guide and will vary depending on size of your property and the area.
The costs of running a property in Turkey are much lower than in the UK and Ireland, particularly with regard to water, electricity and rates. These figures are an average and may vary.