According to your wish, you can legally give power to a person or an organization to act on your behalf through the document called "Power of Attorney" that will include handling the sale transaction on your name. This will require extra fees like translator and PAO fees but it’s a good and reliable solution when you can't be present in Turkey while signing the contract or fulfilling the other sale procedure steps.
This process is very easy and can be completed within a couple of hours. You can do it in the closest Turkish consulate or embassy in your country. Our consultants will be more than happy to guide you through this step.
Here are some important points you should pay attention to while making a power of attorney:
Choose a reliable and trustworthy person to represent you. Although relatives and friends are always available to help, relying on a lawyer or a decent experienced consultant would be safer. Make sure to give only the necessary powers needed in the sale procedure like signing the contract and the title deed and arranging water and electricity subscriptions. And avoid making a general power of attorney or include selling rights.
Thus, the chosen person will only act for you and your name will appear in the sale contract and the title deed.
For further details, please don’t hesitate to contact our consultants.