Selling your Property
Select Properties Turkey is a Turkish & British Owned Estate Agents based in Hisaronu, Fethiye, Turkey operating under a Turkish Real Estate Agency Licence, registered by Justine Seyrek
We employ a mixture of Turkish and English Staff and have Russian, Arabic & German speaking staff on hand for our Global Marketing
You can view your property on our website at www.selectpropertiesturkey.com, from here we ask for you to check your listing before it is launched on the worldwide market
Finding a reliable and reputable Estate Agent to sell your property is imperative to get the results you require.
Most purchasers are looking for a Property based on their particular budget, matching the purchaser to the seller is the Estate Agent's responsibility and can only be achieved through specialised knowledge and experience along with the correct marketing techniques.
Here at Select Properties we have great expertise in Marketing having 2 members of staff come from UK Estate Agents and marketing Companies.
It is quite normal here in Turkey to advertise your property with a number of Agents at the same time, please be careful though if other agents ask you to sign a contract that ties you solely to sell with them - this is sometimes in the small print and would be your responsibility if 2 agents requested payment.
Selling your home in Turkey
To sell your home in Turkey we charge a fee of 3% of the sales price agreed. This includes all advertising, paperwork and appointments and is generally taken from the deposit paid by your buyer in order that the full balance can be paid direct to you at the completion. (More information on Payments to seller from sales can be found in our Terms and conditions at the bottom of the page)
Once a buyer is found for you, we will negotiate the price on your behalf along with payment terms and a timescale for the completion. Deposit monies can normally be paid direct to you in the UK but the balance needs to go through the Turkish Banking System . If you hold an account here it will be paid direct to you or alternatively it can be paid to the solicitor who can do an International transfer to your UK account.
In order to sell your home you are required to provide your passport, TAPU or deeds registration number, Turkish Tax Number and to attend a pre-booked appointment at the deeds Office. If you are unable to attend the Land Registry Office in Turkey then a Power of Attorney can be allocated for you.
Under new regulations the money for your sale must be done through the Central Bank of Turkey for which your buyer will require a Certificate to present at the TAPU office on the completion. This means that after completion you will have all or part of your sales money to transfer back into your own currency & Country (we will of course help you with this transaction)
If you are happy that you have received all the monies due to you, then you (or your Power of Attorney) are requested to sign the forms at the Deeds office which allows the property to be put into the new owners name. Both Buyer & Sellers (or their Power of Attorney) attend the appointment at the deeds Office to transfer ownership.
If the property was purchased under 5 years ago then it could be subject to Capital gains tax—More information can be provided on this if required
To request a FREE VALUATION of your property please contact us or complete the enquiry form below
Select Properties Terms & Conditions of Payments for sales
Once a sale is agreed, a Holding deposit is normally paid in lieu of the 10% deposit. From the holding deposit 50% of this is paid to the Seller with 50% being retained by Select Properties to cover expenses should the sale not proceed. Once the remainder of the 10% deposit is paid, then Select will pay the balance of the full 10% deposit less the agency fee of 3%. This then allows for the full balance payment (as per the contract to be paid direct to the seller. Select Property may take deposit payments only, all balances are paid either direct to the seller if a Power of Attorney is in place or via the solicitor with proof of payment of the balance, completion can then take place.