TAPU in Turkey, title deed in English, is a document that states and proves a person’s legal right to own a piece of land or building. When people wants to buy or sell a property, the title deed (TAPU) process needs to be carry out at the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre in Turkey.
The General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre offices work with an appointment system. After all the documents are ready, you can complete your transactions by making an appointment. Your documents are arranged with Rodi Investment team so you don’t have to go to the land registry office and deal with the documents. In this process, all information is given to you in detail. Title deed documents are listed below:
Types of Tapu in Turkey are divided into 3 types. Every title deed in Turkey is prepared specifically for the property situation you want to buy. Tapu Types in Turkey are listed below:
In addition to tapu types, a tapu has 2 colors and each colors has a meaning.
Title Deed (TAPU) is an official document that shows who is the owner of a property. A Title Deed or Tapu in Turkey includes the information about property and the information about the owner of the property. You must have the title deed of property in order to claim the ownership and then get your Turkish Citizenship by Investment.
If you are asking how to buy property in Turkey, you are required to get an appointment from the Directorate of Land Registry for the title deed transfer. The Land Registry Office makes an appointment for you and sends you the information of the amount you have to pay for the Tapu in Turkey transfer. You can go to the land registry office with the property owner on your appointment day by paying the amount of the fee. Title Deed “Tapu” transactions can take 1-2 days to complete.
You must go to the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre for the title deed transactions.
No, when you give power of attorney to Rodi Investment, you do not need to be in the land registry office for the tapu in Turkey.
According to 2020, Tapu in Turkey Fees is calculated as 4% of the total sale price of the purchased real estate. In addition to the title deed cost in Turkey, a circulating capital fee of 178.50 TL is also collected.
It usually takes 1 or 2 days to complete the title deed process.
The person who bought the property hypothecs the house, as a guarantee that the bank loan of the property will be paid. Hypothec is a record entered in the land registry as assurance that a debt will be paid. Hypothec is removed when the debt is paid.
The person purchasing the property applies for the removal of the hypothec on the property.If there is a hypothec on the property you bought, it must be removed before the title deed transfer. Tapu Turkey process can be a complex situation for a foreigner, so we are recommending you to get consultancy service from an expert real estate company.
Your Title Deed Documents is kept in the system of the General Directorate of Land Registry. In a situation like losing your document, you can easily reprint your new document.
The title deed “Tapu” can be for one person or for more than one person. In this case, the title deed indicates that more than one person or partner has the right to property on an immovable.
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