Let’s consider a few facts that I have gathered in the past several years, no matter which country you may want to consider, the regulations and rules may change in each domain but the fundamental principles are the same to stop you buying a “Pig in a poke”.
Firstly, when looking at a property at such a low price there must be a downside. How great is this drawback? If it’s a ruin then you likely will need planning permission to rebuild it to your specifications if you don’t restore it exactly and I mean precisely as it had been. Browse http://www.rivierainvest.com/ to buy properties in Alanya.
In the event of this latter suggestion if the destroy predates say 1960 then it’s unlikely that there’ll be indoor baths and the bedrooms will be tiny. In which case restoring the first, how charming the thought, won’t necessarily meet the expected standards helping you to acquire any value.Therefore planning permission to extend and enlarge the original habitation is necessary.
Sometimes retrospective licenses are feasible however take a particular risk as if you haven’t kept to particular regional practices the permission might not be forthcoming, the fees are unknown and sometimes you may be advised to knock it down!