The official Anadolu Agency – published a new amendment for the terms of Turkish law to grant citizenship by purchasing real estate at uncompleted projects after it was limited to the completed projects only, and that happens through registering the sale contract at the notary.
According to the new law, Turkish citizenship is now possible according to the terms of buying real estate in the range of uncompleted projects worth not less than 250.000 USD in cash, or the equivalent of either Turkish Lira or hard currency.
In addition, the foreigner is required not to sell the real estate within three years, also by providing a pledge to the real estate records by not transferring the property of the real estate to other persons during the mentioned period.
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