The Earthquake building code in Turkey has come more into the limelight after last earthquake devastating earthquake in Izmir. a quake of significant magnitude can mentally, emotionally, and physically damage any person who has the misfortune to experience one.
As Property Superiors agency specializes in selling real estate in Turkey, many of our customers want to know the cost of living in Turkey, whether their goal is to live with their families or their goal is to buy investment properties with the aim of reselling them later or renting...
Firstly, will collect all necessary documents and papers, as follows: Buyer's passport with a copy certified by a notary public and translated into Turkish. Buyer's tax number. Buyer identification form.
Here in this article, you can find all of the information that is recorded in the title deed or Tapu in Turkey, and they are detailed as follows:
The extraction of the title deed, is one of the most important things to be owning a property in Turkey... So what are the documents needed to obtain a Tapu?
Title Deed Fees or Tapu fees in Turkey amount to 4% of the property price. It is imposed by the state on both the seller and the buyer and is paid only once. An agreement is made between
The title deed of the property or the so-called (Tapu) in Turkey is the official document that proves the rights to own property in Turkey, in which the real estate survey numbers and information about the property such as the name of the property owner
In this article, we will mention to you the most important reasons that make people rush to buy a property in Turkey in terms of comfort of living and real estate investment.
According to a forecast by global rating agency Moody’s, Islamic banking assets in Turkey will double over the next five years from around 7.2% of total banking assets as of December 2020.