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  1. This is the office where you need to go if you buy property in Turkey. You can check if the seller actually owns the property, and if there are any liens on it. This is also where you need to go during a purchase of property in Alanya. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  2. The Antalya Tapu office is where property title deeds are kept, and where title transfers between sellers and buyers. You will need to go here to check the property title of a property you are buying, and to pick up the new property title as part of the property buying process.
  3. If you are buying or selling a property in Kemer, you will need to go here. At the Tapu Office in Kemer, you can check a property title for who owns it or what liens are on it, among other things. If you are buying a property, you also need to go here to have a new property title (tapu) created in your name, during the buying process.
  4. The tapu office in Kuşadası is where property title deeds and records are kept. It is also where you need to go during the property-buying process, to check a current property deed, request a military check, or to apply for a new property deed. It is located on the first floor of a covered car park, above a row of shops. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
  5. If you are buying property in Izmir, this is where you need to go to check on an existing property title, or apply to have a new one made as part of the property buying process. Open 8:30 AM to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM. This office used to be in the Konak government complex (Hükümet Sarayı). It is still near there, on Milli Kütüphane Caddesi a few blocks southeast, next to the State Opera and Balet building (Devlet Opera ve Bale Salonu).
  6. This office maintains records of real property transactions. It is also where you need to go to apply for a new property deed, or tapu, during the property buying process in Turkey.
  7. Hello, Although there are questions here relating to buying and selling property I didn't see anything about property transfer. I would like to transfer a couple of my properties among my 2 children. I have two questions: 1: Can I do this in the Turkish consulate as opposed to going to Turkey? I may not be able to go to Turkey this year so doing it from here may be easier for the moment. 2: The last time I bought property in Turkey was over 25 years ago so I am not sure what I would need to do. Can someone explain the process itself for me please?
  8. This character profiles himself as a top builder in the Side region. The man is an expert in selling apartments filled with promises, without delivering Tapu's. These Tapu's are withheld for one reason only, so this horrible man, can take out a mortgage loan to raise money to support his lifestyle. Other people are letting this man rent out there apartments, but in only a few cases do the owners receive the rentalmoney. In short this is a true scammer who should be stopped!! Do NOT invest in his company, nor do not believe his fairytales. Ther is a list of claimes against this guy, but seems that he can just do what he wants!!!!!
  9. Hi, Hope someone can advise us on here. Last year a good friend of ours who has an apartment in Didim contacted us to say that he was ill and he was thinking of selling his apartment, did we know anyone who would be interested. Myself and husband decided to buy it off him. We transferred money to him and agreed to split any legal fees. Apparently the last time he was over in Turkey and enquired about selling/transferring, someone told him to just give us power of attorney and when we go over there just take that with the Tapu etc. We realised last year its nowhere near as simple as that now. Our fiend, is now very ill and he is certainly unable to travel over to Turkey. Can someone advise us what we need to do to get the property put in our name? I realise it appears we have been a little foolish initially not getting advice before we paid our friend, however he was and is a good trustworthy person, its not an issue about money we have already transferred to him, we just now want the property in our name and so does our friend, who just wants it off his back now. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks
  10. I have inherited a 3 story building in Istanbul from my mother. I went to Civil Court in Istanbul and received a judgement stating I am the legal inheritor of the property. However, the Tapu office is not changing the property to my name because there has been a government lien since 1981. The original deed shows my mother is Syrian citizen. Because of the dispute between Turkey and Syria, the Tapu office will not change it to my name even though I have a court order. Also, the government has been renting the property and keeping the rent. I have dual citizenship, Iraq and United States. My mother has dual citizenship in Syria and Iraq. Is there a way to have the Tapu office change the property to my name so that I can sell it? Your help is appreciated. Thanks!
  11. I just wanted to post this info to stop some people worrying when the details on their tapu don't tally up with the info on their contract. This week, and after thorough check-ups on a property we sold many months ago, the new owner of an apartment found that she couldn't register the electricity and water bills in her name because the info on her tapu was different to the info at the electricity and water boards respectively. She was told to go to the Murat Pasa Belediyesi in Lara, Antalya to get the address changed. I can understand that the lady in question panicked because she was afraid that she'd bought "fresh air" to use her own words but because I have experienced such things in the past, I tried to assure her that she just needed to get certain documents from the Belediye to be able to get her utilities registered in her own name. I am pretty sure that the lady didn't belive me so yesterday I met up with her to help her through the paperwork as she doesn't speak Turkish. This is the problem: The Belediye has its database of changed street names and changed apartment numbers registered whereas the Title Deeds Office hasn't so, of course, the Tapu is registered in the old name of the street and in the old number of the apartment, and the Title Deed is issued accordingly. This doesn't tally up with the information at the Water Board and Electricity Board, so they send you to the Belediye (Council House) where you are issued with a dome of photocopies certifying that you are the rightful owner of that particular property sobeit with a new, different number, and possibly, on a different floor!!!! (Cost: 13.80 TL) This takes around one hour of waiting around and running around from one department to another but that is pretty quick according to life in Turkey! Nonetheless, without Turkish, a pretty daunting task. With this wad of new paperwork you then regisiter the electricy and water in your own name as the present owne. The correct floor of your apartment and new number of your apartment is certified on these photocopies. It is not worth you going to the Title Deeds Office to get your Tapu changed as it's unnecessary expense. It's only a matter of time before the Title Deeds Office will have the new, updated information on their computers too so just wait...and drink tea (as the Germans say). If you want to sell the property in the meantime you also don't have to have the Title Deeds changed as you have this amazing wad of certified photocopies on you, which is official and recognized at the Title Deeds Office.
  12. hi everyone I am doing this on behalf of my mum as she has invested all her savings into this property and is not got anywhere in over 6 years. cut a long story short my mum bought a house. or she thought she did, has parted with the money and now a debt has come up which no one can tell us what it is or who it belongs to and she cannot own the house.... why has this happened??? what can we do??? no one can tell us anything.... how can they just dig up this debt?? please can someone help mum mum has given up now and fell so sad for her many thanks
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