There are some other fees applicable when looking at Turkish property, these are listed below. It is important to be aware of these fees if you are sticking to a particular budget to avoid being caught short.
Solicitors fees - This all depends on what role you want your solicitor to take in the process and whether or not their fees include tasks such as applying for the military search. An average estimation is 300 – 1000 pounds
Notary office - If you want to get your contract notarised or assign a power of attorney then fees are approximately 120 pounds depending on what town your notary office is in.
Translators - will be needed throughout the way and they normally charge about 15 pounds an hour. You will need them if your contract is not in English and by law they are required at the notary office and also when you finally sign for your title deeds.
Water and electric connection fee - is needed if you are buying a new property. Budget approximately 450 pounds for this. If it is a resale property then you will just need to have a name change which is approximately 150 pounds.
Buyers / sellers tax - This is 3.3%.
DASK – Compulsory government buildings insurance. This starts from around 100 pounds. The more in depth that your insurance is the more the cost increases.
Aegean Military Fee – The copy of the title deeds and passport copies need to be sent to the Aegean Army for clearance. The cost for this is around 200 pounds.