Sudanese Ownership in Turkey
Questions and answers about the Sudanese ownership of real estate in Turkey ...
Sudanese Ownership in Turkey
Are all Sudanese entitled to own a property in Turkey?
What kind of real estate can Sudanese buy in Turkey?
Are there any obstacles to the Sudanese ownership of properties in Turkey?
In this area, we will answer all relevant queries. At the end of the article, a new video episode of the "Real estate is the best decision" program entitled "Sudanese Ownership in Turkey" presented. Abdullah Al-Hammad CEO of Imtilak Real Estate.
Sudanese - Turkish relations
Sudan and Turkey have historical ties and bonds between the two peoples. The development of distinctive real estate projects has increased the interest of Sudanese citizens in investment opportunities in many Turkish cities, this came after the high level of positive relations and trade exchange between the two countries, Sudanese investments are increasing in Turkey, and in return, Turkish investments in Sudan are growing steadily.
The Turkish government, through investment incentives, seeks to attract more Sudanese investments to Turkey, through facilities and tax exemptions in order to boost the promising Turkish economy, which is growing continuously, especially in the real estate sector.
Types of properties that the Sudanese can own in Turkey
Iraqis are entitled to buy most of the properties in Turkey, including residential properties such as Apartments, villas, along with commercial real estate including shops, offices, stores, hotels, and buildings.
In addition to the possibility of buying agricultural or residential lands where there are no impediments to the purchase of real estate by the Sudanese in Turkey.
Turkish government support for Sudanese investors
According to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute, the number of Sudanese property owners in Turkey has recently increased.
Legal papers required to complete the procedures for the Sudanese ownership in Turkey
As for the legal papers required to complete the ownership of the Sudanese brothers are:
- Getting a tax number.
- Translation of the passport into Turkish.
- Ratification of the passport translated by the notary public or through the Turkish embassies abroad.
- Two personal photographs.
- Paying the fees of the title deed.
- The presence of the owner or his official agent, under the submission of a notarized power of attorney to the notary, or through the Turkish embassies abroad.
- the opening a bank account in Turkey adds greater facilities for remittances within Turkey.
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