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Contact person:   Ozhan Yildirim

Phone number:    +90 542 422 8221 

Contact email:      info@tredvisor.com;

                             tredvisor@gmail.com

Address: Oba Mah., Oer-Erkenschwick                     Cd. 19, Office  2, Alanya 07460

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    Why Tredvisor? What services do we offer?



  • We are a small Alanya-based real estate company with a network of foreign partners (mostly our former customers) in Sweden, Norway, Holland, Finland and Ukraine. We discovered our paradise in Alanya and Gazipasa and would like to help you find your paradise too. If you like this place, enjoy living here, fall in love with it and feel at home, it will be our pleasure to help you find a second home for you here.

  • Our goal is to help you find what you are looking for and not to pay for anything you don"t need!

  • We have a small office in Oba/Alanya and we take a minimal commission fee for our services. We believe it’s our advantage as we don’t need to charge you a higher commission rate to pay for huge luxury offices with a lot of personnel.

  • We are from this area and know each part of Alanya and Gazipasa very well, so we can advise you on the most subtle advantages or disadvantages of any of the districts and buildings here. We know a lot of owners and developers personally and so can help you negotiate very attractive and affordable payment plan.

  • We offer an individual approach to each customer and very attractive prices. If you don’t see the property you are interested in on our website, please fill out our questionnaire and we promise to get back to you with 2-3 optimal offers very soon.

 

   

    Why Turkey?



  • Stunning beaches, rich historical heritage, fresh and tasty gourmet food all year round, climate with summers a lot longer than in many other EU destinations offering more hours of sunshine per annum make Turkey a popular tourist destination and a favorite retirement spot for many Europeans.

  • Despite all the challenges, Turkish economy is still one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Turkey has a huge population of 70+ million growing at around 2% per annum. With 70% of the population younger than 30, this creates a strong internal property market meaning investors are not reliant on international buyers for resale.

  • More attractive prices in comparison to European countries with the similar climate. 2016 has been the worst year for Turkey in terms of tourism, which made the real estate prices “freeze” or decrees and now it is possible to find some fantastic offers at very low prices.

  • Low costs of living.  Compared with other Mediterranean retirement options, Turkey’s Turquoise Coast is a bargain. You could live a luxury life in Alanya or Gazipasa on a budget of 1,000 EURO per month or less, including rent. Check and compare the cost of living in Alanya with your home town: 

       http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/city_result.jsp?country=Turkey&city=Alanya

  • It might seem unbelievable but the cost of living in Gazipasa is at least 30% cheaper than in Alanya

  • Low property taxes compared to other countries of the region (see more below).

  • Private hospitals in Turkey are relatively cheap and offer good quality care. In fact, Turkey is beginning to make a name for itself as a medical tourism destination, particularly in the areas of cosmetic surgery, dentistry and fertility treatment. Practically all private hospitals have English speaking call centers.

  • Visa free regime (for up to 90 days) with many countries, including Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Moldova, Monaco, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE, Ukraine, Russia and very easy e-visa process if a visa is required. 

  • Please check the rules for your country here:

       http://www.mfa.gov.tr/visa-information-for-foreigners.en.mfa

       or get your e-visa in 3 steps here:

       https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/    

  • Turkey with its constantly growing network of international and domestic airports and good quality roads is a close  and easy destination to reach.

 

  

    Why Alanya and Gazipasa?



  • Alanya and Gazipaşa, these gems of the Turkish Mediterranean coast might be the place for you. Not only your vacation time here would be full of comfort, sunshine and pleasure, but you could find your dream home here, especially if you are considering retiring abroad (where you can afford a better quality life due to the lower cost of living and fantastic climate and nature) or are looking for a healthy, comfortable, ecologically clean and enjoyable place for your kids or grand kids to spend their vacation any time of the year. Besides, you can enjoy a good return on your property investment. 

  • Alanya - winter residence of Turkish Sultans and the most European place in Turkey - is full of historic and natural attractions: ancient castles and towers, shipyards, monuments of all civilizations known to Europeans; as well as picturesque canyons, waterfalls, rivers and lakes, fantastic caves and mountains with breathtaking panoramic views. At the same time Alanya is a very modern, comfortable, friendly and diverse European town where you can hear any language spoken in its streets. More than 39 thousand foreigners from 76 different countries already found their second home in Alanya. No wonder that Kurban Bayram, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year and Navruz are all celebrated here.

  • Gazipasa - a Serene Paradize – a very  ancient and at the same time new fast growing area of the Turkish Mediterranean is located between the two magnificent headlands forming a magical Bay.  Currently undiscovered by mass tourism but becoming more and more popular with both domestic and international visitors and investors, Gazipasa will offer you  a possibility to get away from the noise and hectic life of the city and enjoy peace and tranquility. Here you can relax and savor the sunsets by the sea, listen to the birds singing or take a walk or a bike ride through the countryside and enjoy nature and at its best while discovering ancient ruins of Selinus castle and other places with rich history. In fact, Gazipasa with its fast growing international airport and the International Marina Harbor Project is at a turning point of becoming a next luxurious holiday resort town of Turkey promising unique opportunities for the investor. If Investment is what you have been looking for, this might be of special interest to you. Get in before the mass tourism starts to reap the maximum rewards in the future. The town is expected to grow considerably in the next 5 years.

 

  

    Why now?



  • Real estate prices demonstrated the fastest growth rates in the region in 2010-2015. However, 2016 and 2017 with their terrorist incidents, attempted coup and sharp decline in tourist arrivals were the worst year for Turkey. As a result, the real estate prices “froze” or decreased. Coupled with the sharp devaluation of the Turkish Lira and record high numbers of tourists in 2018, the real estate market in Turkey is experiencing a real boom (mainly at the expense of foreign buyers). Now it is possible to find some fantastic offers at shocking prices. 

  

 

    What are the rules for purchasing real estate by foreigners?



Buying property in Turkey is a safe and easy process.

Foreigners are allowed to buy property in Turkey provided the following items apply:

  • The property has a government Title Deed (Tapu) registered by the Land Registry

  • The property is located within a town development area (Imar or Mevzi Imar Plani)

  • The property is not located close to military installations

  • The land does not belong to the forestry

The rules are easy and clear. For detailed information about the Title Deeds (Tapu), taxes and other regulations,

please see the Guidance issued by the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs: 

http://www.mfa.gov.tr/site_media/html/turkiyede-tasinmaz-edinme-en.pdf

  

  

    What taxes should I pay on my property in Turkey?



Taxes payable when purchasing/selling a property in Turkey:

Turkish Property Transfer taxes (Emlak Alim/Satim Vergisi) @ 4%  are based on the declared

value of the property. However, the declared value of the property cannot be lower than the ‘tax or cadastre  value’

determined by the local municipality, which is also used as the base of the local property tax. Until November 1st, 2018 this tax is reduced to 3% by a special decision of the government.

Local Property Tax (Emlak Vergisi)

Local Property Tax is payable in 2 equal instalments, the first in May and the second in November. You

have to contact your local municipality (Belediye) for further information and payment options. Tax is

calculated based on the value of the property and is subject to thresholds set by the Tax Authorities as

follows: For real estate located outside of a metropolitan municipality area:

  • Residences 0.1%

  • Other buildings 0.2%

  • Land 0.1%

  • Farming land 0%

  • Vacant land (but allocated for construction purposes) 0.3%

For real estate located inside of a metropolitan municipality area:

  • Residences 0.2%

  • Other buildings 0.4%

  • Land 0.2%

  • Vacant land (but allocated for construction purposes) 0.6%

Rental income taxes:

If you rent your property to an individual or a company you have to file a tax return for your rental

income for the previous calendar year to the nearest Tax Office between 1 – 25 March. The taxes are

payable in 2 equal instalments –the first in March, the second in July.

Read more at Presidency of Revenue Administration: 

http://www.gib.gov.tr/sites/default/files/fileadmin/taxation_system2016.pdf