Tapu – it is the only document that proves ownership rights for the property in Turkey. All Tapus are issued and stored in the Land Registry Office.
The owners of a property in Turkey can be both physical and legal entity registered in Turkey or abroad. Several owners could be registered In a Tapu, but their share of the property can be different. The maximum number of co-owners for one Tapu – 10 persons. It may be as relatives as bystanders. There is no age limit. The number of owners and ownership interests are determined by the buyer.
Buyer can receive a Tapu only after payment of the full value of the property.
• a copy of the passport
• 2 passport-size photos (3.5 x 4.5cm)
• Turkish tax number.
1. The tax, which is 4% of the appraised value, which is determined by the municipality.
2. State duty to the State Bank of Turkey, it is about 80 €.
3. Service of licensed interpreter around 40 €.