Select one of the frequently asked questions below to learn more about buying real estate in Alanya. If you can’t find the answer to your question in this list, just send us a message and we’ll be happy to assist you with whatever inquiry you might have.
First of all, understand that you are buying in a foreign country with a different language and probably another system. Seriously consider hiring a professional realtor to help you. It will save you a lot of money and energy. Second, make sure your budget is clear and accessible. If you have found your dream home, you should not ask yourself how you can afford it.
In accordance with the laws of Turkey, Tapu (certificate of ownership of real estate) is the only official document confirming the ownership and sole ownership of the property. The Cadastral Office (Tapu ofis), as a state body, implements all procedures related to the execution of documents on property.
In Turkey, a realtor is a licensed profession. There are many professional real estate agencies in the area with the right documents. Many of them work with both sellers and buyers. When purchasing property in another country than your own, it’s important to know what is happening. Find a real estate agency whose employees speak a language you’re comfortable with. In addition, look for recommendations and most importantly – trust your feelings.
Alanya Property Network works with reliable partners and offers only real estate objects for sale that have legal documents and are free from any debts. When we find you the apartments that you like, it’s our job to double check that everything is in order before we continue the next step.
As a property owner in Turkey, you are required to have DASK earthquake insurance. Other insurances, such as building insurance and content insurance, are recommended but not required.