Before You Start Your New Journey
Before you start to your new journey and adding a new story to your life, please ensure that your legal and financial affairs are in order in your home country.This includes telling your bank that you are coming to turkey so they don't freeze your cards out of security concerns.
If you are still keeping a property in your home country, it is worth asking a close friend to keep an eye on it, and bills can be paid online.
LEARNING A COUPLE OF WORDS OF LOCAL LANGUAGE
In Kuşadası many locals speak English, actually a few of them speaks multilingual. German. Chinese, Malay, French, Spanish, İtalian, Arabic etc.
But there is something which always works that, trying to learn one local word a day help you to communicate and make friends with non English speaking neighbours and friends.
Communication is a sort of therapy in Turkey. Turkish people like to share many things like foods, personal subjects and also in a good and bad times they gathering to sport each other.
If your stay is longer than 90 days in Turkey, you will need to apply for a residency permit. You will also need to have health insurance or opt into the government SGK ( social security institution) scheme. Firik’s companies can help with application via related offices which can give further advice.Or you may get choose a private insurance plan.
Another topic before you start; It is important to list your reasons to have your own property in Turkey so you find the perfect match.
If you are planning to make a long term investment then a new modern build will get you out off to a good start. If you want to rent out your property to holidaymakers ensure it is also has amenities they will like such as a swimming pool within close distance of a beach near to bars, restaurants and supermarkets.
However you plan to relocate to Turkey and live here all year round, consider whether the property is close markets, schools, health and medical facilities depends your needs.
DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS YOUR ESTATE AGENTS’S RESPONSIBILITIES
First of all, listening you carefully to understand you well and your needs. Using technology facilities, Providing you with additional details, photos and answers to questions about properties that have caught your eye. Also provide visual area informations, culture, weather condition and many detail that you need to know.
Upon deciding that you would like to view a property or properties to assist with all travel arrangements including flights, accommodation and transport.
To act on your behalf for communication with sellers,
To arrange all contracts and ensures the legal process is adhered to.
To assist you you with moving in,
To offer after sale services such as opening bank accounts, chancing water and electric names, shopping alternatives, etc.
To be there as a point of contact before, throughout and after the property buying process