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dav88



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Message Posted:
15/10/2009 12:48

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Hey everyone



Just wondering if anyone has a 3 BEDROOM TURKISH TITLE apartment in Girne.

Budget: 60,000

If so please please call me on 05338699282 thank youuu



dav88



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LancsLass


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16/10/2009 14:57

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I think you will have to increase your budget for a 3 bedroom Turkish title deed apartment to 70000 minimum. I know where there are two for sale and are both going for 75000 fully furnished on a lovely complex



bootneck



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16/10/2009 15:51

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Hi sandie would a 2 bedroon british title do?



Neil



dav88



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Omigod i got a response! - at last!



neil - british title would be okay but it has to have 3 bedrooms so let me know if you have one



lanslass - would it be possible for you to send me some details and photos of the 3 bedroom apartments you mentioned. or let me know who to contact please.



thanks guys!



eager


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16/10/2009 18:29

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Have a look on the For Sale posts.... one on there for 51k....



dav88



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http://www.cyprus44.com/forums/22905.asp Thats all I could find, is that it? Doesnt say Turkish title but lets hope it is



eager


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17/10/2009 10:24

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Yes, Thats the one...don't know any details but thought it might be worth checking out.



LancsLass


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17/10/2009 16:08

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Hi

One of them is up for sale with Boray and it's at "Pine apartments" Not sure who the other one is with but will try and find out.



dav88



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thanks guys, im still looking btw so let me know if you have anything. Thankooooo xx



AlexF065


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20/10/2009 10:49

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Try Evergreen they seem to build on turkish title land but I did read on the forum that a British chap was refused a PRP on one of there complexes



Bradus


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20/10/2009 10:53

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To be truthful I think your budget is unrealistic for pre 74 Turkish Title unless you are willing to purchase something small, needing renovation in a not so nice position.



Try scanning the estate agent sites that allow you to look for pre 74 only (land mark and Ian Smith etc )



This might give you some idea of the prices being asked. Having said that the market is slowing down so you could make offers and see what happens. If the seller is desperate to leave the TRNC then you might get a real bargain.



Good Luck.



Portia


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20/10/2009 19:57

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i have a turkish title apartment for sale - 3 bedroomed with communal pool if you are interested. email me if you are, address is porshe_masi@hotmail.co.uk



kibriskid


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20/10/2009 21:31

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Hi I see you have a british title 2 bed apartment for sale .Can you send me some details about the deed location ,service charges, pool?price etc and possibly some pics pleaseThankyou



cyprusairsoft



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21/10/2009 12:44

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http://s877.photobucket.com/albums/ab340/erica500/lapta%20villas/besparmak%20apartment/



try these not sure of title but can find out for you



2 bed and 3 bedroom available



dav88



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29/10/2009 14:44

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Thank you cyprusairsoft, but i`m afraid they are not turkish title :(



portia, I have sent you an e-mail.



kibriskid, where abouts were you considering? may be able to help.



thank you



Kaza1


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30/10/2009 13:38

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Hi,



We are the developers of a unique Turkish title 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment complex in Ozankoy, on the immediate outskirts of Girne. It is a traditional Turkish Han in design. Materials are natural stone and wood. Includes a large communal pool and is located on a beautiful spot just adjacent to the old village of Ozankoy.

It's about a 3 minute drive from there into town. If you'd like to view this very special complex, you can look it up on Facebook under the username: Kazafana Ozankoy.

Please let me know if any further information is necessary.



Regards.



Hector


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Message Posted:
30/10/2009 14:18

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Oooh, can I pay you once I get PTP?



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