Real estate in Turkey can be purchased remotely. A sale and purchase transaction is concluded, several copies of documents are drawn up.
One of them will be needed to open a bank account where the client can transfer money from the bank of his country. Next, you need to get TAPU – the main document of the owner for real estate in Turkey. Now the Cadastral Office, the place where TAPU is issued, also works remotely.
To obtain a TAPU, the buyer needs to obtain a power of attorney in his country, issued to the selling company, at one of the Turkish embassies. Incidentally, they are now also working remotely.
There is absolutely no risk. The power of attorney contains all the data about the property, it is spelled out who issues the power of attorney and to whom. Next, the seller submits documents for TAPU. After the document is completed, it is sent to the buyer of the property. Or it can be stored in the company until the moment when the buyer has the opportunity to come to Turkey for him personally.
The procedure for buying real estate in Turkey remotely is very simple and straightforward. The authorities protect real estate buyers as much as possible and you do not have to worry that the money will be lost. There is also an option of buying a home online in Turkey. An apartment or a villa can be booked by transferring part of the money to the company’s account. Also, a contract is drawn up, certified by a notary service.
And after air traffic resumes, the buyer will be able to fly to Turkey and personally attend the paperwork.