The property title deed (TAPU) lies at the heart of property ownership in Turkey. Start your property hunt on the right foot with our quick start guide to this crucial document.
Living the expat lifestyle in Turkey can be wonderful but, unfortunately, just because you’re living what feels like a charmed existence, it doesn’t mean that you’re excused from all those domestic duties such as grocery shopping and housework.
Being able to afford to buy property in a foreign country is no longer a pipe dream but instead has become a lovely reality for many families, couples and individuals.
Have you recently relocated to Turkey, or perhaps you’re planning to move there with your toddler or school-age kids after investing in a Turkey property?
Turkey is rewnowned for its fabulous beaches – admittedly some of them prettily heavily populated but the majority offering miles of unadulterated sand, beautiful coves and stunning sea in which to swim and indulge in various watersports.
With the Oceanwide Properties’ main headquarters based in Fethiye, we joined in a bit of a celebration with the town – and indeed Turkey as a whole – this week after it commemorated the man for whom Fethiye was named after.
This year Shrove Tuesday – or Pancake Day – takes place on Tuesday 4 March, and the town of Kalkan is planning a Great Pancake Party to celebrate.
Many people visit Turkey year upon year, both as tourists or because they have bought a property in the country, either as a holiday home, a second home or an investment.
As our UK winter continues to rumble on with no sign of a let-up in the wild, wet and windy conditions, the thought of sunshine and warmth becomes ever more appealing…
Turkey may be in a state of turmoil politically and the exchange rate may be at its lowest in years, but the long term outlook of the country in terms of foreign investment is still encouraging, according to a senior economic source.
Here at Oceanwide Properties we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be taking part in the UK’s biggest overseas property exhibition in London’s Olympia Exhibition Arena next month – A Place in the Sun Live.