Frequently Asked Questions

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Welcome to our FAQ section where we aim to provide you with detailed answers to some of the most common questions about resorts in Northern Cyprus and the region in general. Whether you’re planning your first visit or you’re a seasoned traveler curious about what Northern Cyprus has to offer, our answers below should help guide you through everything from the spectacular coastal accommodations to the rich cultural experiences awaiting you on this beautiful Mediterranean island.

You can learn more about life in North Cyprus here.

Yes, it is possible to invest in property remotely in the TRNC. You would typically give a power of attorney to a local solicitor to handle the transactions on your behalf.

To establish residency in Northern Cyprus, non-citizens typically need to apply for a residence permit. The requirements may include proof of income, health insurance, and a rental agreement or property deed.

Visitors can usually stay in the TRNC for up to 90 days on a tourist visa. Staying beyond that typically requires a residence permit.

To ensure property transactions are valid, they should be conducted through a registered solicitor in the TRNC, and all agreements should be officially recorded.

The cost of a solicitor in the TRNC varies, but you can expect to pay according to the complexity of the property transaction. It’s best to get quotes from several solicitors.

Besides the property price, buyers should expect to pay taxes such as VAT, stamp duty, and transfer fees. Rates can vary, and there may be other applicable taxes.

Essential documents often include a passport, proof of funds, sales contract, and possibly a power of attorney if you are not present in the country.

The legal system in Northern Cyprus is based on a mix of British law and Turkish Cypriot law. It’s distinct from the legal systems of both the Republic of Cyprus and Turkey.

A ‘donum’ is a local land measurement unit in the TRNC, equivalent to about 1,338 square meters or one-third of an acre.

Turkish is the official language of the TRNC. English is also widely spoken, especially in legal, business, and tourist areas.

TRNC stands for the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. It is a de facto independent state that comprises the northeastern part of the island of Cyprus. Proclaimed in 1983, the TRNC is recognized only by Turkey. The rest of the international community considers it to be part of the Republic of Cyprus. Due to its unique political status, the TRNC operates with its own government and legal system independent of the Republic of Cyprus.

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