KKOB

Completely Chillaxed
Military Permission - The Process
The process involved in buying a home as a foreigner means:

Both the seller and buyer must first apply to the deeds bureau.

The deeds bureau then writes a letter to the garrison commander.

The garrison commander then sends this letter to the Aegean Army headquarters to be inspected for safety.

The Aegean Army headquarters then officially queries whether the property in question lies within the garrison's military region or a historical region.

After it has completed its research, the garrison headquarters send its final report to the Aegean Army headquarters.

If the sale is approved, the Aegean Army headquarters sends its documents to the garrison headquarters.

The garrison headquarters then sends its written permission to the deeds bureau for the sale to go ahead.

The phrase "lets cut out the middleman" i.e. The Garrison, seems very appropriate here.
 
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KKOB

Completely Chillaxed
Military Permission - The Process
Re: Military Pemission - The Process

Yes I know thanks, and it's what prompted me to start this separate thread. :wink:
 

Lindacm

Member
Military Permission - The Process
Re: Military Pemission - The Process

Surely this only needs to be done once the house is built? Unless of course the military changes it's boundry. Why does it need to be done every time the property is sold?

If this process was taken out of property buying things would be a lot easier.
 

Peregrine

Member
Military Permission - The Process
Re: Military Pemission - The Process

so how is the process different if buying on a Ko-op?
 

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