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    Everything Turkey--especially scuba diving!

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  1. @marknjen>No problem--always glad to be of "service before self"
  2. @seanjackdan> You may have sold your property for the same price but the value assed by the Turkish tax system maybe greater; moreover, property taxes are paid each year on the tax "values of land and buildings" at varying rates. In the case of the sale of your property a 1.5% levy is paid on the sales value by "both the buyer and the seller". And unfortunately, you have to pay that 1.5% tax prior to transfer of ownership/TAPU. There's no way around it as the individual who sold the property to you in 1997 had to pay the same tax but I would imagine at a lower amount. Note: It is r
  3. @Natasha> and CONGRATULATIONS.... ....on your recent marriage--You'll be sure to find Turkey Central very helpful, informational, and accomadating and best of wishes towards gaining your citizenship
  4. @marknjen>Welcome to Turkey Central (TC)! Your more than welcome to introduce yourself in the "Meet and Greet" section of TC; although, it's not a requirement It's always nice to have a working knowledge of why you've joined TC and/or a little background which would aid our memories during future communications. And not withstanding a change of heart towards vacationing in Turkey--We would like to hear about your trip for sure I hate to be the bearer of bad or a little disappointing news but the truth over pleasantries must always prevail, especially given the long distance you intend to
  5. @Dande>And be wise not to sing "Death Trip" by Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel prior to or while during flight
  6. Yes, Sabahattin and sunny is right concerning having a [slight] difficulty, i.e., a need to aquire a certificate of impediment from the British government. Hopefully, Sabahattin informs us of why it is not wise aside from the above neccesity to get married in Nortern Cyprus as many have done so in the pass...I for one would really like to know afterall information is a key to life's progression
  7. @ces88>You can marry where ever your heart desires And yes, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is a de facto independant of replublic [of Turkey] and your marriage certificate would certainly be honored in Turkey! Just ensure regardless of where you intend to live as husband and wife that visa's are applied for depending on nationality, etc. Lastly, I'm not sure if you have arranged the events of your marriage already but I encourage you to contact Chris Hall the Operations Manager of Pilot Events, Cyprus. They offer marquee services throughout cyprus as some of my colleagues have gott
  8. to Turkey Central (TC) Sarah--I saw that you made the greeting's section--fantastic! I replied to your questions on the topic tiltle labled, "Location in Turkey" which can be found in the "Turkey Generally" forum. Yes, Abi and Cukur provided some great insight...you came to great source of info.PS: Oh, yes Cukur, please don't remind me of the sometimes depressing winter periods...with the rainy season, cold weather, dark clouds, and very few people roaming about And Ben/Mods...the more and more I'm on this site, "I realize why and how important it is to you as well as others---your hard w
  9. Welcome Sara and I usually inform folks to introduce themselves in the "greetings" section (as I sure you will soon). However, your inquiry beg's an inital question and answer:1. Why are you figuring Turkey to be your choice of move?2. You mentined "retirement hone" does that mean you don't intend on working no longer?3. There are many locations on the middle to western block of Turkey where you can find what your looking for so it's pretty difficult to provide an exacting location to fit your request but here are a few, cesme, Assos, Bodrum, Side, Fethiye, Marmars, Kusadasi, Anlanya, Alany
  10. @Angela>Superlative post and astonishing prices! Thanks for the top-notch information!
  11. @blackpearlrr>Welcome to your individualized pre "one-stop-shop" on anything Turkey You've arrived at a wonderful and very informative site filled with members eager to assist you. Congratulations on you and your husband's upcoming assignment to Turkey. I was stationed there in the late 90's and it was an awesome assignment. I'm sure you'll get your fill from member(s) who are actively stationed there right now but If I must say, "buy GPS for your vehicle and ensure you purchase or are able to download maps for Turkey'. As much as I was able to get off the base back then, "GPS hardwar
  12. @Cukur>And you darn good at it
  13. @Abi> No problem....sometimes I feel like both...ha ha he he Well I pasted the whole article, figuring it may have been under, darn it I forgot the word...oh, "Censorship"...how can I forget after Joz beat it in my head
  14. @Cukur>If anyone is deserving of the "Technical Mod of the Month" award it's certianly you--thanks for staying and here's a proud wave of the in your honor
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