An Expert Touch

The process of buying property in Turkey is significantly different from the Europe. This is why we’ve created our completely free Turkey Buying Guide. To provide those dreaming of a new life in Turkey with all of the practical, legal, and financial information needed to help you make that dream real!

The process of buying property in Turkey is significantly different from the Europe. This is why we’ve created our completely free Turkey Buying Guide. To provide those dreaming of a new life in Turkey with all of the practical, legal, and financial information needed to help you make that dream real!

Speak to an expert
Our guidence will give you a detailed overview of the property buying process in Turkey, but we know that you will still got a few things you’d like to ask us.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our property experts by mailing to info@firiks.com or writing on WhatsApp to +905076189968 from Monday–Saturday, 9:00am–20:00pm

The team will be able to assist you in a wide range of things to do with your first move, like explaining to you the next stage of the buying process or how to plan a productive viewing trip.

They can also help you with connecting our network of trusted professionals, including estate agents, currency specialists, solicitors, financial advisers, and property surveyors.
What should you consider before buying property in Turkey?
There are lots of things to solve out when you start thinking about buying in Turkey. So it’s worth to sitting down and working out the smaller details as well as the big picture topics like where you would prefer to live and what type of property fits on you.

Things to consider
There are five key questions that are worth to asking yourself as they will help you to lead to your dream property.

How will your property be used?
Think about what you want and need from your home as it could impact where and what type of property you opt for in Turkey.

Do you want to be able to pop over on the weekends? If so, you’ll want a nearby airport. Would you like somewhere for investment, then holidays and eventually retirement? You’ll need somewhere that’s easy to maintain and in an area with strong yields. Should you like the idea of staying for a while by yourself then letting out your property, you will need a region that has appeal for tourists. On the other hand, if you’re relocating for a new life, you don’t need to be pushed into ‘investment’ areas ­– try unspoilt gems like Kusadası and Its surround.

What must your home have?
What are your absolute must-haves? Think about what features or practicalities your new Turkish home absolutely needs to meet your needs, as this will immediately help you to narrow down your property research — they’ll also help your estate agent.
For instance:
• How many bedrooms or bathrooms do you need?
• Would you rather a local beach or a pool? Or both?
• What about the style – traditional or bright and modern?
• Do you need outdoor space, like a terrace or garden?

What you don't need or what you need?
It can be quite liberating to write up what you don’t want! Similar to the “must haves”, listing the no-noes for any potential property can help you to avoid wasted time in research process and viewings. Again, they’ll help out any estate agent a whole lot, too.

Think about things like:
• Do you want to deal with the maintenance of a garden?
• Are you interested in being in a busy tourist resort?
• Do you want to live somewhere without an expat community nearby?

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