Property Anatolia - Utility Subscriptions

Utility Subscriptions in Turkey

Property Anatolia also provides after-sales services for your dream home after the purchase process is complete. Our after-sales services apply only to our customers. After purchasing a property, you will have your deed. Then we will help you get subscriptions for electricity, water, gas and internet etc. At this point, we’ll recommend the easiest and best ways to pay your bills. If you provide us with a power of attorney, Property Anatolia may also get all subscriptions on your behalf.

DASK (Turkish Natural Catastrophe Insurance Poo): This is an earthquake  insurance. Compulsory earthquake insurance is state insurance that is only valid for one year initially. Therefore, the insurance contract must be renewed every year before the expiration of the insurance period.

You must first have DASK insurance for subscriptions such as electricity, water and gas in Turkey. You can get it from the nearest insurance agent or bank. Insurance costs depend on the size of your property. The average fare is between 200 TL and 300 TL.

Information and documents required for the DASK policy

• Your personal tax number

• Personal telephone number (valid in Turkey)

• Full address of your property

• The year of construction of your property

• The number of floors of your property

• Name and first name of the owner

After completing your DASK policy, you can apply for your subscriptions such as electricity, water and gas.

Electricity subscription

Electricity is supplied by private companies in Turkey. First of all, you need to get customer service from the company you want to buy electricity from. Then, you have to pay the fees to complete your contract.

Average subscription rates for electricity range from TL 400 to TL 650.

Information and documents necessary for the electricity subscription.

• DASK Policy

• Copy of the property title

• Your personal tax identification number

• The original and the copy of the passport

• Personal phone number

When all the required documents have been completed, you can receive the subscriptions in 2 days.

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Water Subscription

Water is supplied by the local municipalities in Turkey. When you apply for the new water subscription, you have to pay the average subscription fee of 650-750 TL.

Required Information and Documents for Water Subscription

• DASK policy
• The copy of the title deed
• The original and the copy of passport
• Personal phone number

If all required documents are completed, you may get the subscriptions within 3 days.

Internet Subscription

The internet is provided by private companies in Turkey. Superonline ,Turk Telekom and Vodafone  are well known and widely used internet suppliers in the Turkish market. Internet companies provide your Internet connection in three days on average.

Information and documents required for an Internet subscription

• Full address of your property

• Copy of the title deed

• Personal telephone number

If prompted with this information, a message will be sent to the phone. You can use your user number in this message to pay monthly fees  to authorized banks or Internet  providers branches. The average price depends on the company providing the Internet.

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Natural gas subscription

Natural gas, one of Turkey’s energy sources, is supplied by private companies. You must enter into a subscription contract by personally presenting the required documents to the customer service centers. Under this contract, the company will review your property and approve the installation.

Once approved, you can complete your application and installation by paying an average fee between 900 TL to 1500 TL.

Information and documents necessary for the gas subscription

• DASK Policy

• The original and the copy of the passport

• Your personal tax identification number

• Personal phone number

Important Note: If your passport is not in Latin letters, a notary approved translation of your passport may be required.

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