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Renting an Apartment in Antalya

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Margo

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I'm looking for accommodation in May, a one bedroom place either near the mountains or somewhere in walking distance to the beach. Just wondering if anyone can suggest a place. Also wondering what the cost per month might be. I'll need it for a minimum of 6 months.

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I've just written to you but I think I pressed the wrong key so am writing again.

You want a 1-bedroom flat near the mountains or beach in Antalya as from May and I'm sure I can help you.

I'm English and have a small real-estate business here in Antalya - in Kundu.

I presume you are looking for a furnished flat?

A furnished flat over in Konyaalti - the west side where the mountains are - start at APPROX 700TL - 800TL a month.

If you want I can help you and when you come perhaps we could also drink a coffee together!

Best wishes,

Jade

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I'm not Margo nor Ciarak but I have been living here in Antalya since 1999 and I'm getting on very well. I taught in Istanbul for a few years before moving down here where the climate is so much better - in fact, July and August are unbearably hot months but the rest of the year is mild USUALLY - this winter was an exception - it was a long, cold and wet winter here this year.

I taught here at several private schools and in a few dershani and kindergartens and now teach here privately - and that is also going very well. My business partner and I opened up a real-estate office in December last year so during the day I'm here in the office.

I would say the most important thing here is, if you're still working, to find a decent job where the salary is good enough to live on and to make sure that the company you work for gets you a work permit - have it put in writing before signing any contracts otherwise the promises might not be carried through.

If there's anything else you'd like to know, please contact me.

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By the way I am organizing a get-together this Sunday, April 15th 2012 in front of the CLOCK TOWER at the entrance to Kale Ici at 1 pm if you are here and would like to join us.

Let's see how many people come!

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As You live in Turkey since a long time, I'm contacting you, regarding renting a flat in Antalya, which doesn't cost much.

At the same time I'd like to know, where there will be available job vacancies (in hotels and/or shops) around the rented flat.

I'm looking for job for my cousins (who are 19-20 years old).

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Unless your cousins are Turkish there is no chance of them getting one for that sort of work in Antalya because they would need to get a work permit. Work permits for that type of work are impossible to get as it is work that Turks can do.

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Abi is right. For any work that can be done by a Turk, work permits would not be given and if they work without them they can be deported within 24 hours and banned from returning to Turkey for 5 years.

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I can find you a flat but your relatives will NOT get work permits.

If you are still interested in coming please contact me. Flats start around 500 TL a month - that's the cheapest rate available.

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I will be looking for a Villa to buy but meanwhile want to take my time so I can get the best deal and a house that I would love to buy and live in.

What a two bedroom apartment would run me a month? It doesn't have to be in the center of town. I would say in a quiet place because I will buy a car so I can look around for a place to buy .

Mainly monthly rental month to month and what other expense do I need to expect ?

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Good news hope you did a good decision. When I move I will see what's good to me and my money and if I have to I will move to the place that I can afford and love good as you did. And I will check out the city you moving to and read about it , after you get settled please keep me posted on how things goes ! I wish you a safe trip and all the best and Ramadan Karim.

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