The journey of constructing real estate projects in Turkey involves several key steps

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 Hiring experts and architectural engineers:

  • At the outset, a Turkish construction company appoints experts and architectural engineers to study the land and its suitability for construction
  • determining factors such as soil type, building capacity, and other technical details.
  • Selecting the land and making agreements with the owner: After thorough assessment, the construction company chooses.
  • the suitable land and makes agreements with the landowner, which may involve granting the owner a portion of the project’s properties.
  • or a pre-agreed sum of money in exchange for permission to begin construction.


1-Designing plans and engineering drawings:

  • Detailed plans and engineering drawings are created in collaboration with designers and engineers. These documents outline the number of buildings.
  • total square footage, construction phases, floor numbers, apartment types, architectural design, and inclusion of various amenities and services.


2-Obtaining the necessary building permits:

  • The project undergoes a permitting process involving local municipal authorities, the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, Land Registry, and other.
  • relevant government bodies. This ensures adherence to building standards and regulations, including earthquake-resistant construction materials.


3-Creating a website and marketing platforms for the project:

  • The construction company establishes a website and uses social media and other marketing channels to promote the project.
  • This includes showcasing images, architectural designs, and video content to attract real estate companies for marketing and presentation to potential buyers.
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4-Building a sales office within the project:

  • The initial construction on the project usually includes the construction of a sales office, often located within a smaller building.
  • This office serves as a central point for explaining the project’s features to real estate companies.


5- Selling properties based on the plans and architectural models (maquette):

  • Properties within the project are sold based on floor plans and architectural models (maquette).
  • providing potential buyers with a visual representation of the completed project. At this stage, the property prices are often lower as an investment incentive.


6- Initiating excavation and construction according to the plans and permits:

  • Construction begins, following the approved plans, permits, and regulations. Government committees from the municipality and Land Registry.
  • oversee the construction process to ensure full compliance with requirements.


7- Transferring property titles once the land registry is issued:

  • Once the construction commences and the floor registry (“kat mülkiyeti”) is obtained, the “preliminary sales contract” is converted into an “official sales contract.”
  • Property titles are transferred to buyers as soon as the Land Registry records are complete.


8- Completion of construction and handover of properties to their owners:

  • After all construction work is finished and necessary finishing touches and amenities are added, the properties are handed over to their owners.
  • In many Turkish projects, the kitchen appliances and electrical goods are included, but decor and wallpaper are typically not provided.
  • Following the handover, unsold properties are sold as finished properties, often at higher prices than the initial pre-construction prices.

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This concludes the journey of building real estate projects in Turkey.

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