Multivilla Realestate in Turkey
+90 (242) 512 20 32
+90 536 985 34 28

TAPU; Title Deed

TAPU; Title Deed

The TAPU will be carefully checked by Multivilla staff for encumbrances: We will check the actual address of the property is correctly specified in the title deed (TAPU); Here we provide you more information upon TAPU.

A Red TAPU is for land already built on and lists the following:
1. Province
2. Borough, district or town
3. Block, quarter
4. Settlement, town, village
5. Street, avenue
6. Location
7. Photo of the owner
8, 9, 10. Position (coordinates) of the plot
11. Feature of the plot (from Cadastral Management Office)
12, 13, 14, 15. Detailed Drawing of the plot, showing precisely what belongs to a new owner
16. Condition of the real estate, belongs to a new owner (Property type)
17. Cost of purchased real estate
18. Information about the previous owner (s)
19. Information about the current owner (s)
20. TAPU number within a previous registration (changes for each ownership transfer)
21. Date of purchase of the Property by the previous owner
22. Registration data of the new document TAPU
23. Date of purchase of the Property by the current owner
24. Stamp and signature of the Cadastral Management Office’s Director

 

A Blue TAPU is for a plot of land without any construction permit. It shows:
1. Province
2. Borough, district or town
3. County
4. Block, quarter
5. Settlement, town, village
6. Street, avenue
7. Location
8. Photo of the owner
9. Tax number
10. Assessed value
11, 12, 13. Plot number
14, 15, 16. Detailed Drawing of the plot
17. Type of real estate
18. Border area
19. Purchasing reason
20. Owner
21. TAPU number within a previous registration (changes for each ownership transfer)
22. Date of purchase of the Property by the previous owner
23. Registration data of the new document TAPU
24. Date of purchase of the Property by the current owner
25. Stamp and signature of the Cadastral Management Office’s Director

Ownership registers are kept at the local Cadastral Management Office. Buyer and seller sign ‘an act of absence’ on mutual claims in the presence of a sworn translator, following which there is conveyance of property. The new owner endorses the Cadastral book, and issues a Cadastral sheet (TAPU - title deed).

IMPORTANT

The TAPU will be carefully checked by Multivilla staff for encumbrances: mortgage, any partial exclusions, pledges, deeds of gift, debentures, etc.;
We will check the actual address of the property is correctly specified in the title deed (TAPU);
With residential real estate, we make sure that there are proper construction plans, building permits and residence accommodation provision;
We will check if there are arrears on accounts for water, electricity and taxes, which may otherwise be collected from you!


Read also

Objects