Buying property in Turkey

Turkey Buying, Moving, Owning & Living Overseas Buying property in Turkey

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    Braceraca

    Hi Everyone,

    I’m a newbie here and have been reading up on purchasing a property. I’m not sure what the right approach and would really appreciate some guidance.

    I am considering a bunch of properties in Bodrum, but unsure about the next steps. I’ve not made any offers, and I have also been looking for a lawyer to help me. Any ideas what property lawyers charge?

    Really appreciate any help!

    Thank you

    Grace

    #120973 Reply
    Maggie

    Usually, legal fees are around 1500 USD.

    If you plan to give you lawyer power of attorney, signing the title deed transfer  on your behalf there will be additional costs.

    Remember, the power of attorney needs to be signed by you at a notary and will cost approximately 600 TRL.

    Don’t forget there will be other charges too, sales taxes, broker commission fees, land registry fee, land registry stamp duty, utilities deposits, and depending on the size of the property earthquake insurance.

    Best of luck

    Maggie

    #121028 Reply
    samaneh sharifi
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    Hi dear

    you can call with prime property turkey real estate agency With committed and persistent staff, they can help you for purchasing property in Turkey.

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