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Nick13


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27/07/2011 13:33

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Hello!

Looking for appartments in Turtle Bay Village to purchase, from owners.



citrus


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we have one for sale at a very low price sea view. 65,000



contact enquiries@property-management-north-cyprus.com



phylray



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27/07/2011 21:01

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My friend and neighbour has a 2-bedroomed, furnished, and she has lowered the price.

It is a really good bargain, but she is in England at present.



snoopy


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27/07/2011 22:01

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I have a penthouse two bedrooms on turtle bay furnished



snoopy


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you can contact me k.nicholls@345live.com



Brighteyes


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Three bedroom 120m2 garden apartment fully furnished 75,000 see http://www,dreamhomesnorthcyprus.com

for details



Kings


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04/08/2011 12:23

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We have a three bed apartment ground floor facing the sea which is rented at the moment till November and we are looking to sell with furniture included would this be of interest?



Kings


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Sorry forgot to mention our email address of tracey.morgans@kingswoodassociates.co.uk



gelin70


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04/08/2011 12:54

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I have a few alternatives please give me a call 0533 8464992 Debra



Roomy


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I think it might be a pee take.



larago


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04/10/2011 16:41

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hi I have a three bedroom garden apartment with unobstructed front line coastal views will take 59,000 or n.o



email lara.haworth@hotmail.co.uk if you are interested many thanks



RedSnapper


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04/10/2011 19:32

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Try Kensington, think they have about 70 for sale, it's that good can't understand why they haven't all gone.



millwallmik


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05/10/2011 10:48

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i've got a three bed fully furnished for 45,000 need to sell



Bradus


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Message 12



Have all the residents been given their deeds?



tables


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Have a very nice two bedroom penthouse supper views if intrested email k.nicholls@345live.com



RedSnapper


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None, parcelisation has got scrapped as the developer is being sued by the constructor or something.

I'd provisionally sold mine but they wouldn't part with any money because of no kocan.



snoorkle


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17/12/2011 20:51

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where is the block could you send photos



vesela


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18/12/2011 16:53

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If you are still interested contact me geolineinvestments@gmail.com

or +90 533 858 1969

+90 542 858 1969

I can offer you there or some very good alternative apartments

Best regards



RedSnapper


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Must be even more desirable now the development has won "The gold award for best seafront development"

Wonder what they took into consideration when arriving at that momentous decision,lol....



tania


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21/12/2011 16:39

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Wow - such a lot for sale /available on one site. How many are actually on there if you don't mind me asking?



RedSnapper


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Think they've built about 500 so far, Cyprus Invest



negativenick


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by the sound of it, everyone is for sale..........



but 25k would be as much as you would want to risk, bearing in mind the land ownership issues and all that...



RedSnapper


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22/12/2011 13:30

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I think they are a good purchase price or were but the chances of selling seem remote and the high maintainance charges seem to be spent on finishing the place off and putting constructional faults something like right.

No-one seems to like talking about it in public tho', it's all secretive now...



Bradus


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Do you think it is not having the deeds that make it difficult to sell?



RedSnapper


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Everyone who has bought, around 450 honest hard working people who wanted to live the dream were promised deeds, but yet again they were promised a lot of other things too, some have been re-sold I think but not sure how.



Becker


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Had a look around today.Bigger "settlement cracks" I've ever seen!!In a good many anyway!!A few with the filled repairs showing.I cannot believe the deterioration since February.Looked mostly empty to us.



RedSnapper


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I think all the two year warranties have run out now



negativenick


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having a bar "like a Whitley Bay Caravan Park bar" sure don't help either....



i'd rather have a night round the mongers with Groucho and dutch singing songs from the 70's......



Gunnamatta


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23/12/2011 09:22

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I showed a mate of mine around out there the other day and he quite liked it, and is interested in buying. Although he was in from Moscow, Russia.



Can those of you looking to sell a 2 or 3 room place with a view of the sea send the details to padraic.finucane@gmail.com



RedSnapper


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02/01/2012 16:06

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Well it's another new year and I wish to make a concerted effort to sell my apartment again and it appears that things may be easing in the NC property market.

Title deeds are nearly ready to be issued I have been told now by the vendor once they have finalised things with the architect and surveyor who parcelised.

It's 77sq mtrs sports zone two bed, two bath with all white goods, never been used and has been fully snagged.

I will take 37,500 for it if any one is looking to buy an apartment on Turtle bay Village.

Mail me on space2020@rocketmail.com and I can discuss further and arrange a viewing if neccesary.



Marcusharris


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02/01/2012 16:11

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Hi Nick please email me off board and I can send over some info from a friend of mine who has a few properties in the area.



regards



MH



Woodspeckie


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Marcus. Nick made 1 post only ın July 2011 doubt him reading your message.



Marcusharris


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Thanks woods, in case he does email is Marcusharris1982@gmail.com you never know...



johndp


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Just a thought here, and I have one on Turquoise BTW. speaking to folks and reading all the posts on here over the yrs, I think we all shot ourselves in the foot a bit, and yep I heard all the arguments about promises made and finished sites and rip off MC's etc. but Turtle and Turquoise are looking like shabby run down council estates now and I cant help thinking what if ?

What if people had been a bit more patient, a bit more tolerant, a few less attacks on persons and character assassinations, what if ?



Ossie


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Some keen prices quoted but how much per month is the maintenance charge and when are they likely to be renewed?



RedSnapper


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07/01/2012 21:03

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97 pounds per month for a two bed on TBV approx I think and it's just been awarded the best sea front development in NC. The management company manage to make a profit they informed us.



philbailey


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Message Posted:
07/01/2012 21:47

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What ?

you could rent for that surely?



Bradus


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It won an award yet message 34 states:

"looking like shabby run down council estates"



It should be pristine for 97 per month. That's day light robbery!



steps426


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08/01/2012 01:03

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I think you will find that redsnapper has given you wrong information it was not Turtle bay village that won the award it was "SWEETWATER BAY"



Bradus


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Anyone else shocked by the cost of maintenance fees or is this the going rate?



steps426


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Sorry should also have said that Kensington was runner up



philbailey


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97 quid a month ???

it should be nice



RedSnapper


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Says on the blog http://www.kensingtondevelopmentgroup.blogspot.com that TBV was awarded the best seafront development and pictures were posted showing fiona addington and yonel ekrem at the Rocks receiving awards.

Might be a marketing ruse?

I agree 450 or so apartments paying over 90 per month is a lot of income even if 10% or so are not currently paying. It concerns me that given these facts the place allegedly looks shabby, somethings not right...



Notsoboredhw


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Two bed apartments are 67 a month maintenance charge with a further 10 going into a community fund (or sinking fund). Not sure what three bedroom apartments are.



Bradus


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Where have you been Notsoboredhw?



Have not seen you post for years. Hope you and your family are well and still enjoying your holidays in your apartment.



Notsoboredhw


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Hi Bradus still around but very rarely come on 44 now. Yes the family are very much still enjoying our apartment. Hope you are keeping well



Notsoboredhw


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Our committee have been working hard and been doing the budget for 2012 with our on site management company and this year's fees for a two bedroom apartment have been reduced to 64 per month with no extra fees for community charge which is great news. I think three bedders will pay 74 or 77 - sorry can't be sure on correct figure for three bedders but I think we are all getting a 13 reduction per month.



Pipie


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Turquoise bay self run by a few hard working owners are running the site with just half of the apartments contributing .

Bearing in mind T/B has only been self run since Sept 2011 the latest statements show a a surplus, now if this can be achieved in just 6 months with just under half the site paying 59 per month think what will could be achieved, if a majority of owners contributed. Two pools are up and running and a full time gardener is employed. For anyone taking a peek please remember T/B was never finished by the developer and this project of being self run has only just got off the ground.

Those taking a peek have a really good look at the top pool area, a good indication of what the rest of the site would look like if a majority of owners contributing to the maintenance. I must stress some apartments have not got electric or just restricted

Use of electric supply so I understand why some owners are not contributing to the maintenance at this present time.

Cont



Pipie


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Great strides are being made to assist these owners on getting electric so these owners I feel sure will then contribute.



Pipie


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Notsoboredhw nice to see your posting again !! missed you



steps426


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How come a thread on turtle bay suddenly becomes a platform for another site ???



RedSnapper


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Yeh I know where you're coming from but the whole thread is insincere in its cause, There was only one nibble from Ian Smith who never got back to me and nothing from the O.P. whatsoever even at such a low offered price.

Would someone swap me for a property anywhere else?



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