It has been observed in the past decade that the Turkish real estate market is on the verge of rising successfully as more and more people from around the world are investing and gaining benefits on the go. Once the decision to buy a property in Turkey is finalized, an official sales contract is created and is signed by an English lingo lawyer. The person buying the property gives the power of attorney to the lawyer so that they look after all the legal procedures carefully. Once this is done, the lawyer inspects the property is secured, they can contact and cooperate with the buyer’s foreign lawyer as well if needed.
Then, the lawyer follows all the procedures and secures all the rights of the buyer until the title-deed is transferred t0 the buyer’s name. This transfer of the title-deeds to the buyer’s name takes up to 6-to weeks approximately. Usually, the lawyers charge about 1% of the property value.