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Old 28th March 2005, 02:26   #1 (permalink)
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3% property tax

Does this include (only value to stated on deeds)government earthquake insurance (mandatory)
registration with local council
planning office fees
agean army searches.
these ( in 3%)

plus I believe 0.1% (only a few pounds)small municipal charge.

Is the translator at tapu office any extra?
or is this included in 3% in Altinkum.

Plus now this extra for a map, but to check date when applied. xxx pounds

Also extra fixed cost for Altinkum/didum area. SINCE DATE?

Have I got this right?

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Old 28th March 2005, 21:44   #2 (permalink)
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Hi Ivy,

3% is only the amount of the value stated on deeds that land registy office requires. But you don't exactly pay this amount to the land registy office. The tax office collects this amount.

When we come to the registration with the local council you should know that municipalities act in a different way than they are in UK. They are semi-official associations and most of the taxes they have collected stays in their budgets and they do not get any penny from the rest of the process. So that the local council cannot get any amount from 3% paid to the tax office. They only charge the annual fee of 0,5% on the value stated on deeds which you start to pay after the first year you have registered the deed. Local council acts with public improvements and just about 2-3 months ago ruled for charging an extra £100 for these kinds of service.

And about the earthquake insurance just check the below link:

http://www.dask.gov.tr/anasayfaweb/d...hesaplaservlet

On the form choose AYDIN as the province, DIDIM as the City, and AKBUK or DIDIM for the place where your house is, choose CELIK BETONARME KARKAS and type the size of the property. It automatically calculates the insurance premium you have to pay and the stated value of a property of that size given by the goverment.

Sorry for now. I think I will not be around for couple of hours. When I return back I may complete regarding your post the rest.
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Old 28th March 2005, 23:28   #3 (permalink)
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Mustafa: Thankyou. I get so mixed up when different things are put forward. I've read as above government earthquake insurance (mandatory) is in with; reg.with local council, planning office fees and agean army searches.
Does this mean you have to buy separate earthquake insurance. I have separate one. Is there a one that comes with the deeds as I read under BEWARE OF SOME ESTATE AGENTS.

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Normally Ivy; buying procedure steps follows as:

* Decide a property to buy
* Solicitor + translator for the agreement between buyer and seller £150 + £50
* Notary + translator for Power of Attorney £30 + (£30 - £50)
* Application to Land Registy Office (Office Sends you to Council Office)
* 1/5000 scale map from Cadastre Office £10
* 1/25000 scale cadastral map and kadastral coordinates from engineer £0 - £40
* Council office charge £100
* Application to Military check FREE (Land Registy Office Applies)
* Application results 0 - 3 Months approx.
* Registering the deed on your name - 3% of the value stated between the buyer and seller (traditionally buyer pays 3% unless agreed to share)
* Agent's commission 3% of the price
* Earthquake insurance £35 for a property of £15,000 (You only can register your insurance with an insurance agent - can be official or private agent not the Land Registy Office)
* Water connection registry £30
* Water meter £20 - £60 regarding the quality and brand
* Electricity connection registry £40
* Electricty Meter £20 - £70 regarding the quality and brand
* Electrical system check £20 - £40 (Electricity Distrubition Company requires a confirm from the electrician who fitted the system - Electrician charges this amount) For the name transfers for existent water and electricity connections: water£15 and electricity £25
* Also under the name of Government tax, stamp duties, photocopies, mailing charges and service fees of the clerk appointed to follow the process by the agent. £100
* If you have a Turkish Power of Attorney you will not need a translator in Land Registy Office. Otherwise as a Legal Office Land Registy provides one included in 3%.

I think these are the answers. If anything I have missed please tell me.
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HI Mustafa,

How do you go about getting the insurance, can you reccommend somebody to do this for you.


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Hi Ivy,

3% is only the amount of the value stated on deeds that land registy office requires. But you don't exactly pay this amount to the land registy office. The tax office collects this amount.

When we come to the registration with the local council you should know that municipalities act in a different way than they are in UK. They are semi-official associations and most of the taxes they have collected stays in their budgets and they do not get any penny from the rest of the process. So that the local council cannot get any amount from 3% paid to the tax office. They only charge the annual fee of 0,5% on the value stated on deeds which you start to pay after the first year you have registered the deed. Local council acts with public improvements and just about 2-3 months ago ruled for charging an extra £100 for these kinds of service.

And about the earthquake insurance just check the below link:

http://www.dask.gov.tr/anasayfaweb/d...hesaplaservlet

On the form choose AYDIN as the province, DIDIM as the City, and AKBUK or DIDIM for the place where your house is, choose CELIK BETONARME KARKAS and type the size of the property. It automatically calculates the insurance premium you have to pay and the stated value of a property of that size given by the goverment.

Sorry for now. I think I will not be around for couple of hours. When I return back I may complete regarding your post the rest.
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The insurance link is all in Turkish, what do we go into
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