As your trusted real estate consultants, Property Anatolia will manage your property purchase every step of the procedure. Purchasing real estate in Turkey is a simple process and we will ensure that you understand the requirements throughout the procedure during this exciting journey towards realizing your property ownership goals.
After a consultation regarding your real estate objectives, needs and wants, we will proceed to arrange on-site viewings of the most relevant properties. These real-estate viewings are absolutely free of charge and are crucial to give you a sense of what is available in the market as per your discussed specifications so that we will be able to provide you with the best fit.
Once you have initially chosen your desired property you will be required to pay a reservation fee to the property developer, this allows you to take your chosen property off the market for a number of days whilst you confirm your purchase through signing a prepared contract. Before the contract is signed you are given a few days to decide on confirming your purchase, during these allocated days you may decide to change your mind and revoke your reservation.
If however you decide to proceed with purchasing your chosen property, a payment structure will be agreed upon and sign the purchase contract between yourself and the builder. At this point of the purchasing process, we will seek purchase approval from the local land registry. Approval from the land registry will take up to three months and once completed, the official Title Deed (referred to in Turkey as TAPU) will be prepared for signing by you and the developer by a Turkish Public Notary. At all of these important meetings, one of our consultants will be with you to guide you through the process.
During the legal procedures of purchasing a property, our consultants will be present to ensure that the contracts you sign are equitable and in absolute order, we will also provide the services of a solicitor whenever necessary.
At Property Anatolia, our suite of real-estate purchase services and after-sales assistance are absolutely free of charge but some external costs to keep in mind include solicitors fees, notary fees and land registry fees.