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Old 5th August 2018, 21:11   #111 (permalink)
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First came to Turkey, to Patara for 2 weeks, in 1989 and was immediately in love with the culture, the history and the people. Returned in September, the same year, for 4 weeks, travelling independently and visiting Datca, Ephesus, Pammukale, Aphrodisias etc etc. Returned for Xmas and New Year in Istanbul and Bodrum, and on the plane flying back to the UK decided life was too short! Sold my house, gave notice to my employer, flew back to Turkey in April 1990 and spent the best part of a year here, 6 months in Datca and the rest travelling in eastern Anatolia. The rest is history!! I decided on my first visit to Datca that I'd retire here, and I did 10 years ago. I was never tempted to buy, sooner spend my money travelling, and am now in my 3rd rental property, a lovely villa with stupendous views. I haven't been back to the UK for 8 years, and have no desire to do so.

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Old 5th August 2018, 22:47   #112 (permalink)
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You have perfectly summed up how we feel. The longer we are here, the more we feel disconnected with the UK.

We have no intention to return.
Great idea for some. Speaking for myself, I couldn't be away from my kids and grandkids, watching them growing up and having their company is one of the great pleasures of life for me.
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Re: Turkish living

Have any of you renting your properties or letting family use it had any run ins with the rental police? Or is it too complicated to rent or let family/friends in now. It does seem a bit of a pain now. Alanya renters got caught out the other day and it would be interesting to know if they were expats or turkish nationals.
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Have any of you renting your properties or letting family use it had any run ins with the rental police? Or is it too complicated to rent or let family/friends in now. It does seem a bit of a pain now. Alanya renters got caught out the other day and it would be interesting to know if they were expats or turkish nationals.
We’ve been renting out (mostly long term) 4+ years. Our first emlak was a dodgy sod and more interested in stealing from us than in protecting our backs.

Our new emlak has been great & no problems. Whether he is fulfilling all requirements or is just friendly with the rental police I dare not ask

But the answer is certainly in having a reliable emlak – I certainly wouldn’t go through all the rigmarole of renting direct even if I was still resident in Turkey.
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I thought the problem was only with short term rentals Jaycey or has that changed now?
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Re: Turkish living

This seems to apply only to daily renters, whatever that means.

Turkish authorities fine owners of daily rental apartments
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I thought the problem was only with short term rentals Jaycey or has that changed now?
No changes that I know of Laura.

We started with both short & long term rentals - now only long term which has worked out much better & hassle free.
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There is no change in the regulations for long- term renters. I understand that any rental of over a month is classed as long term - a friend from Egypt is just coming to the end of a 3 month rental here, from a friend of mine who lives in Zurich. No problems.
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Re: Turkish living

How are you turkey livers coping with the heat. I really hope it cools by next week for when I arrive.
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How are you turkey livers coping with the heat. I really hope it cools by next week for when I arrive.
You have no chance . Today in the sun on the balcony at 12.30 it was 50 deg's .
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