IMMIGRATION BY INVESTMENT IN TURKEY 

 IMMIGRATION BY INVESTMENT IN TURKEY 

At present, most people struggle with investing in properties and that too investing in other countries is huge uncertainty. But, Turkey had announced its citizenship by investing in property. So, here comes the solution wherein can become an immigrant by investing inTurkey either in real estate or in a Bank deposit.

BENEFITS OF THIS INVESTMENT:

The most interesting part of this process is one can start with Immigration by Investment in Turkey. Through which, you are granted Residency, citizenship and also avail the second passport by investing in a Bank deposit or real estate. Real investment is the most attractive option for investors. 

INVESTMENT LIMITS AND PROCESS:

Initially, the investment in real estate was set at $1 Million, later on, which by September 2018, the price had dropped drastically. The current price set for property investment is $250 million + fees. By this procedure, it is said to be known as the lowest citizenship cost through investment programmes.

The process starts by investing the desired amount and getting the full family residency. However, it’s quite flexible as well even if you don’t get the residency. The most add on value is you can avail citizenship within 3-6 months and can travel to 125 countries with this passport. 

The minimum investment limit on properties starts from $250 million for Real estate investment, Bank deposit is $500,000 and for capital investment, it is $500,000. Once you choose the property and evaluate it, then you need to with the payment and the entire process goes through wire transfer. Once you have acquired your property, there is an agreement that states not to sell your property within 3 years. Post completing all these formalities, you will be entitled to receive the certificate of confirmation.

Therefore, the process of Immigration by Investment in Turkey is quite a low-cost investment to go with. However, extensive research and consultation need to be done for a smooth process. 

 

Clare Louise

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