FAQs About Real Estate
No, not necessarily; you can hire a power of attorney for all legal procedures on your behalf. You can also benefit from our online purchasing service. You can
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All nationalities can own property in Turkey except for Syria, Cuba, North Korea, South Cyprus, and Armenia.
To buy a property in Turkey is an easy process, in two to three days after selecting your preferred property, you can have your contract and keys.
The title deed (TAPU) is a legal document that creates and safeguards property rights; it contains; the property’s location, size, category, and owner’s name.
You can open a Turkish bank account within half a day if you have the required documents. Also, there is no cost to opening a bank account.
Housing tax rates in Turkey are really low compared to other countries. For residential properties, it is 0.2%, and for commercial properties, it is 0.4% in big cities. In small cities, 0.1% for residential property and 0.2% for commercial property