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DIDIM Located 70 km (40miles) south of Kusadasi, Didim is a summer resort famous with it´s long beaches and near by historical sites such as Miletos, Priene and the Temple of Apollon . Altinkum (Meaning Golden Sand in Turkish) near Didim which was once a tiny fishing village has turned into a small touristic town hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars. Altinkum is the most famous bay and beach of Didim. Didim has a coastal length of 50 km (30 miles).

Turkey is a beautiful country and Turkish people are very friendly. They like to give good service and treat you with respect, they make you feel welcome. This are some of the qualities which make this country so beautiful. Turkey is on the level that Spain was on 15 years ago. Buying of property is very cheap, we talk about low prices and an increasing popularity of buying property in Turkey. The popularity of buying now is made clear by low prices, good conditions and the increasing values of property.

When you have a property in Turkey or live on Turkey you will see the cost of living is very low. Electricity, gas and water bills are about 25% of what you pay in Great Britain / Ireland. Taxes are very low too. Life in Turkey is very cheap. Turkish families live on € 200,= per month. From € 200,= they live, eat, drink and pay for their cost of living.
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Prices of estates still are about 25% of the prices you are used to in Great Britain or Ireland.
The quality of the houses selected by MARE ESTATES are of a high standard.
Whenever you buy a house in Europe, you will pay about 10% legal fees, official papers etc.
In Turkey the total fees are only 3%, which is 2% for transfer costs and 1% for notary, deeds, registration and translation.

Everyone who buys, pays a fee of 5% of the total amount as a deposit, and the following 85% within 4 weeks of signing the sales contract. This 85% can be payed to an English Bank Account which is then transferred to our Turkish account. This money...

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