1- Finding the right real estate advisor
When you are going to buy a property in a foreign country, it is important to find an agent who has sufficient experience and credibility to help you find what suits you in terms of the region and type of property.
2- Find a property
There are thousands of properties for sale in Turkey and so many different options to choose from, which can confuse buyers.
This is why we are here to help you find the best option for you!
3- Talk to your advisor and build a relationship with them
It is important that you communicate with your real estate advisor and explain to him your requests, inquiries or concerns, in order to help them know your request and find the best option for you.
4- Visit Turkey
To decide if you want to buy a house in Turkey, we advise you to visit Turkey to see all the options for yourself and learn about the projects, regions, environment, and lifestyle so that you feel comfortable at home.
5- Take a tour to see the projects on real ground
Once you arrive in Turkey, our company will provide you with a field trip with our real estate experts in order to see your options on real ground.
6 – Explore all your options
It is best to visit as many properties and locations as possible in a wide price range to make sure that you get the best value for money.
7- Reserving the property and freezing its price
Once you have found your dream house, villa, or apartment in Turkey, book the property by paying a deposit fee so that you can proceed with your purchase.
8- Hire a lawyer to complete the purchase
The easiest way to buy a property in Turkey is by hiring a lawyer to conclude the transaction on your behalf. This saves you time, as you do not need to stay in the country while completing your purchase, and ensures that your purchase is as smooth as possible without any hurdles or issues.
9- Final examination of the property
After contracts are signed, the procurement process takes about four weeks to complete. During this period your appointed attorney will carry out all necessary checks on the property – including verification of ownership and check with the municipality to make sure the property is freehold and registered in your name.
10- Receive the title deed (Tapu)
The last step to complete the purchase of real estate in Turkey is to register the Turkish Tapu (or title deed). Once you have secured all the paperwork and both sides have fulfilled their contractual obligations – your house will be registered in your name and you will receive the Title Deed (TAPU) to your new home in Turkey.