YDR

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Opening a bank account and getting TTN before residency
Hi,

I'm aware that I need a TTN both to get a bank account and to apply for residency.

However I'm probably not going to be at my current address more than a couple of weeks before renting a place for 3-4 months whilst applying for residency.

My question is whether applying for a TTN and then bank account now is going to cause issues if I then change my address before applying for residency? Or is it easy to change address?

So in essence should I apply for the TTN and then bank account now, or wait until I have the address and apartment contract that I will use to apply for residency with? Thanks!
 

Ken Grubb

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A change of address won't affect your ability to open or keep a bank account. But don't change your address during the residence permit application process (between when you apply online and when you receive your residence permit card). If you apply online with one address then go to your appointment with another, your application will be canceled.

You don't need a Turkish bank account to apply for a residence permit. In my case both in February of 2021 when I extended my short-term residence permit, and just a few days ago in June 2021 when I applied for my long-term residence permit, they just needed to see a regular copy of the last six months of my bank transactions (from an account in the USA).
 

YDR

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Thanks. Need a Turkish bank account anyway if I'm going to order from a lot of Turkish online retailers though, as it seems many won't accept international cards or PayPal.

Wasn't sure if address changes for TTN / bank account might cause ructions with the residency process.
 
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Ken Grubb

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I use my Turkish bank card for transactions in Turkey. Once you get a Turkish bank account, they'll send you a bank card in the mail. My bank, Yapıkredi, even gave me the option of having my card sent to my local Yapıkredi branch where I could pick it up.

Address changes won't create problems with your tax number or your bank account. Your tax number isn't attached to any address. And the immigration office system doesn't connect with your bank or whatever information you have there. They just want to be sure you're living where you say you're living.
 
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YDR

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Thanks. That clarifies things. I wasn't sure if the various systems were conversant.
 

Davescott

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I use my Turkish bank card for transactions in Turkey. Once you get a Turkish bank account, they'll send you a bank card in the mail. My bank, Yapıkredi, even gave me the option of having my card sent to my local Yapıkredi branch where I could pick it up.

Address changes won't create problems with your tax number or your bank account. Your tax number isn't attached to any address. And the immigration office system doesn't connect with your bank or whatever information you have there. They just want to be sure you're living where you say you're living.
Hello Ken,

Great advice on here.

I am in the process of starting an application for my 1st residence permit. I'm a little confused, if renting, do you need a rental contract for minimum 1 year? and if so does this have to start at the same time as the residence permit start?

Confused... really appreciate any help
 

enoch

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Hello Ken,

Great advice on here.

I am in the process of starting an application for my 1st residence permit. I'm a little confused, if renting, do you need a rental contract for minimum 1 year? and if so does this have to start at the same time as the residence permit start?

Confused... really appreciate any help
You have got to have enough rental on your contract to cover your 12 months RP if it starts before it's not a problem but it must cover the 12 proceeding months to cover the RP
 

Davescott

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You have got to have enough rental on your contract to cover your 12 months RP if it starts before it's not a problem but it must cover the 12 proceeding months to cover the RP
Thanks enoch.

I'm still confused as YDR in the post above mentioned that he will be using a rental address which is only covers a few months.

Confused, please help!
 

enoch

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Thanks enoch.

I'm still confused as YDR in the post above mentioned that he will be using a rental address which is only covers a few months.

Confused, please help!
As far as I know you need rental for the full term, but never rented I could be wrong. If you look at the post below he is being told not to change his address half way through RP. Will you be staying at the same address? Maybe you can get your RP with only the address you are at now but don't change it until you have your RP.
 

Chasey

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Thanks enoch.

I'm still confused as YDR in the post above mentioned that he will be using a rental address which is only covers a few months.

Confused, please help!


Re rad the post. He was talking about opening a bank account. Then said he would find a residence which he'd use for his 2 year residency application

we had the same issue with health insurance. We had to take out a two-year policy??? if not we could only get a 1 year permit.
 

Ken Grubb

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Firstly if you're using an Air B&B rental they're not going to accept that as a legal address anyway. Unless it's being let by a company that is licensed to do so or it's a registered hotel. If you're staying at an Air B&B let me know and I'll explain the situation and what you need to do.

I called the immigration office about this some time ago and talked to an immigration specialist. They said that for the first application, you must have a one-year rental contract. I've never heard of any rule that says your contract renewal date has to coincide in any way with the date of your residence permit extension, so I don't see why they wouldn't give you a year (or two).

İn my case, on multiple occasions, my rental contract had an expiration date prior to my residence permit extension date, and they still (and always have) continue to give me two-year extensions regardless of the dates on my rental contract.

My read on this is that if you apply for the first time with a contract that is for less than one year, it indicates that you're going to leave Turkey when that temporary contract is up. Whereas if you have one for a year, that will automatically renew every year anyway (unless you contact the owner at least 30 days in advance to cancel).

These one-year contracts will automatically renew every year for ten years, and if you pay your rent and abide by the contract, even the landlord can't make you leave (except for certain circumstances). So the one-year contract indicates an intent to stay long-term regardless of the start and end dates. That's why I think they'll give you one or two years regardless of the contract start and end dates.

If you're in a hotel temporarily, while searching for a place to rent or buy, you can use the hotel as your address and actually get up to a two-year residence permit while still in the hotel. You'll need a letter from the hotel, on their letterhead, stamped and signed, saying that you're staying there. Then when you find a place and move it, you can change your address.

To be sure you should call the helpline at 157 and explain your situation and make sure that's correct! It is always best to hear it from an immigration specialist personally.
 

Davescott

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Firstly if you're using an Air B&B rental they're not going to accept that as a legal address anyway. Unless it's being let by a company that is licensed to do so or it's a registered hotel. If you're staying at an Air B&B let me know and I'll explain the situation and what you need to do.

I called the immigration office about this some time ago and talked to an immigration specialist. They said that for the first application, you must have a one-year rental contract. I've never heard of any rule that says your contract renewal date has to coincide in any way with the date of your residence permit extension, so I don't see why they wouldn't give you a year (or two).

İn my case, on multiple occasions, my rental contract had an expiration date prior to my residence permit extension date, and they still (and always have) continue to give me two-year extensions regardless of the dates on my rental contract.

My read on this is that if you apply for the first time with a contract that is for less than one year, it indicates that you're going to leave Turkey when that temporary contract is up. Whereas if you have one for a year, that will automatically renew every year anyway (unless you contact the owner at least 30 days in advance to cancel).

These one-year contracts will automatically renew every year for ten years, and if you pay your rent and abide by the contract, even the landlord can't make you leave (except for certain circumstances). So the one-year contract indicates an intent to stay long-term regardless of the start and end dates. That's why I think they'll give you one or two years regardless of the contract start and end dates.

If you're in a hotel temporarily, while searching for a place to rent or buy, you can use the hotel as your address and actually get up to a two-year residence permit while still in the hotel. You'll need a letter from the hotel, on their letterhead, stamped and signed, saying that you're staying there. Then when you find a place and move it, you can change your address.

To be sure you should call the helpline at 157 and explain your situation and make sure that's correct! It is always best to hear it from an immigration specialist personally.
Really appreciate your reply as I've been feeling a little stuck.

I'm in an airbnb at the moment and I have about 5 weeks on my tourist visa left. I've been trying to get a rental sorted in istanbul but many landlords do not seem to rent to foreigners when I contact them. So airbnb has so far been the easiest way to get rentals.

The other issue is that as I'm looking at buying, I'm not sure if a 1 year rental in Istanbul is suitable as I'm not looking to stay there.

The hotel option sounds good as this can give me enough time to find and buy a place as I think I need a couple of months but probably not a year. How can I find hotels that will be reasonable in price and allow 1month stays? Is there a way to do this via airbnb? Airbnb rentals are better as they kitchen and extra living features etc.

Also with 5 weeks left on my visa have I left this too late? I'm a little worried.

Thanks for the number for immigration I will call them. I really appreciate your advice also, thank you.
 

Ken Grubb

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I'm in an airbnb at the moment and I have about 5 weeks on my tourist visa left.
I thought you might be in an Air B&B from your post so that's why I mentioned it. The Turkish government has cracked down on such short-term rentals because they don't meet the reporting requirements of hotels (that is, getting a copy of your passport and reporting your stay to the police!). But that doesn't stop Turks from accessing the Air B&B website and advertising their properties for rent.

Also, the people who rent out places on Air B&B often aren't the actual owners. Make sure you rent from an actual owner. Get a copy of their tapu (property title deed) as well and have it handy in case the immigration specialist asks for it. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

By the way, five weeks is a lot of time. So don't worry. You're in good shape compared to others I've worked with.

I've been trying to get a rental sorted in istanbul but many landlords do not seem to rent to foreigners when I contact them.

You need to go to this website: www.sahibinden.com. That site has become the number one place to find property for rent or sale.

Some tips that will help you: Go into Sahibinden.com and narrow your search down to what areas and neighborhoods (called "mahalle") you want to live in. Most of them you won't know anything about. Open "Notepad" on your computer (practically every computer has Notepad) and one by one, make a list of all the neighborhoods Sahibinden.com lists in their drop-down list. Then search for each of them in Google maps to see where they actually are. Delete all of the neighborhoods where you don't want to live. Then do a new search, with the ones remaining and the characteristics of the place where you want to live (number of bedrooms, etc).

"Sahibinden" in Turkish means "from the owner." But many property agents also advertise property there (there is no restriction on that).

Sahibinden.com also has a "favorites" option where you can save the properties you like.

I've moved maybe 15 times in Turkey. Personally, I print out all of the detail pages for all of the properties I like. Then I go and visit the owner or whoever is renting it, in my case. I visit them all one-by-one. Then I decide.

The hotel option sounds good as this can give me enough time to find and buy a place as I think I need a couple of months but probably not a year.

You can move from your Air B&B to the hotel most any time you want, as long as you're in the hotel when you apply (register) online for your residence permit. Then when you apply online, use the hotel as your current address. The online residence permit application system taps into the central address registration system. So you'll be able to use a series of drop-down menus to specify the exact hotel and even the room you're staying in. Even that hotel room will be a legal, registered address. Use that when you apply online. Then get a stamped and signed letter from the hotel management, on hotel letterhead, which says you're staying there. Make sure it lists the official address and your room number.

When you go to your appointment, show the immigration specialist that letter from the hotel. It will match what you entered into the online application system so you'll be okay.

Explain to the immigration specialist that you are looking for a place to buy (or rent). I've never heard of them asking for any "proof" you're looking for a place, but maybe it will help if you bring what you have, like a few printouts from Sahibinden.com preferably with various underlines, highlights, and notes made with a pen.

You can get up to a two-year rental permit that way even though you're still in the hotel when you go to your appointment. Once you move into your new place, change your address by going to the immigration office with your original tapu (property title deed) or rental contract. Some utility bills in your name at the new property are a big plus.

How can I find hotels that will be reasonable in price and allow 1month stays? Is there a way to do this via airbnb? Airbnb rentals are better as they kitchen and extra living features etc.

Easy. Hotels also offer their rooms on Air B&B. And they're legally registered and comply with all of the reporting and other laws. So if you find an actual hotel on Air B&B you can use that as an address. Some of them will be "apart" hotels where you get the amenities you mentioned.

I use Air B&B (when outside of Turkey) and www.trivago.com both inside and outside of Turkey. Trivago is a "consolidator" as opposed to being a single hotel booking site like Booking.com or Hotels.com. When you search Trivago, you get prices from over 100 different booking sites. This can bring you big savings because hotels sometimes offer "last minute deals" when it looks like a room will be empty if they don't book it quickly.

Also with 5 weeks left on my visa have I left this too late? I'm a little worried.

I'm not trying to blow sunshine up your skirt here. Five weeks is plenty of time. I have relocated in Turkey maybe 15 times and none of my moves took anywhere close to five weeks. More like one week.
 

Davescott

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I thought you might be in an Air B&B from your post so that's why I mentioned it. The Turkish government has cracked down on such short-term rentals because they don't meet the reporting requirements of hotels (that is, getting a copy of your passport and reporting your stay to the police!). But that doesn't stop Turks from accessing the Air B&B website and advertising their properties for rent.

Also, the people who rent out places on Air B&B often aren't the actual owners. Make sure you rent from an actual owner. Get a copy of their tapu (property title deed) as well and have it handy in case the immigration specialist asks for it. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

By the way, five weeks is a lot of time. So don't worry. You're in good shape compared to others I've worked with.



You need to go to this website: www.sahibinden.com. That site has become the number one place to find property for rent or sale.

Some tips that will help you: Go into Sahibinden.com and narrow your search down to what areas and neighborhoods (called "mahalle") you want to live in. Most of them you won't know anything about. Open "Notepad" on your computer (practically every computer has Notepad) and one by one, make a list of all the neighborhoods Sahibinden.com lists in their drop-down list. Then search for each of them in Google maps to see where they actually are. Delete all of the neighborhoods where you don't want to live. Then do a new search, with the ones remaining and the characteristics of the place where you want to live (number of bedrooms, etc).

"Sahibinden" in Turkish means "from the owner." But many property agents also advertise property there (there is no restriction on that).

Sahibinden.com also has a "favorites" option where you can save the properties you like.

I've moved maybe 15 times in Turkey. Personally, I print out all of the detail pages for all of the properties I like. Then I go and visit the owner or whoever is renting it, in my case. I visit them all one-by-one. Then I decide.



You can move from your Air B&B to the hotel most any time you want, as long as you're in the hotel when you apply (register) online for your residence permit. Then when you apply online, use the hotel as your current address. The online residence permit application system taps into the central address registration system. So you'll be able to use a series of drop-down menus to specify the exact hotel and even the room you're staying in. Even that hotel room will be a legal, registered address. Use that when you apply online. Then get a stamped and signed letter from the hotel management, on hotel letterhead, which says you're staying there. Make sure it lists the official address and your room number.

When you go to your appointment, show the immigration specialist that letter from the hotel. It will match what you entered into the online application system so you'll be okay.

Explain to the immigration specialist that you are looking for a place to buy (or rent). I've never heard of them asking for any "proof" you're looking for a place, but maybe it will help if you bring what you have, like a few printouts from Sahibinden.com preferably with various underlines, highlights, and notes made with a pen.

You can get up to a two-year rental permit that way even though you're still in the hotel when you go to your appointment. Once you move into your new place, change your address by going to the immigration office with your original tapu (property title deed) or rental contract. Some utility bills in your name at the new property are a big plus.



Easy. Hotels also offer their rooms on Air B&B. And they're legally registered and comply with all of the reporting and other laws. So if you find an actual hotel on Air B&B you can use that as an address. Some of them will be "apart" hotels where you get the amenities you mentioned.

I use Air B&B (when outside of Turkey) and www.trivago.com both inside and outside of Turkey. Trivago is a "consolidator" as opposed to being a single hotel booking site like Booking.com or Hotels.com. When you search Trivago, you get prices from over 100 different booking sites. This can bring you big savings because hotels sometimes offer "last minute deals" when it looks like a room will be empty if they don't book it quickly.



I'm not trying to blow sunshine up your skirt here. Five weeks is plenty of time. I have relocated in Turkey maybe 15 times and none of my moves took anywhere close to five weeks. More like one week.
Hi Ken,

Thanks for your extensive reply.

I think you are right about the airbnb. The current one that I'm in doesn't seem like its from the actual owner.

Thank you for the websites, I'll take a look at what you've suggested and make some enquires. I'll also look for the hotels on airbnb as I am most familiar with using them.

In terms of the time to apply for the residency, how long does the application need to made before the tourist visa expires?

For example in Istanbul, I've read that it takes much longer to process the application. So if I apply in Istanbul when would be the latest I can submit the application?

Also do you think it maybe worthwhile moving from Istanbul to make an application if it's quicker? I'm just struggling with how to get transport to another area without a hefty taxi bill. I think public transport will be difficult to take all my things and I'm also not keen on flying. Any suggestions?

Also can an application be made from anywhere in turkey? or are there specific cities/regions where it must be made from?

Really appreciate your help and advice, thank you.
 

Ken Grubb

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In terms of the time to apply for the residency, how long does the application need to made before the tourist visa expires?

You can apply any time from 60 days prior to one day prior to your visa's expiration or the day you reach the maximum number of days your visa allows you to be in Turkey.

For example in Istanbul, I've read that it takes much longer to process the application. So if I apply in Istanbul when would be the latest I can submit the application?

I've seen applications in Istanbul take as little as a couple of weeks! But historically they've taken longer. There are several locations where they accept residence permit locations, so it may depend on where you apply. But also on how busy they are, which can't really be predicted.

At the end of your online application (actually it's a "registration" since you application isn't really complete until you submit your documents), you'll download a "Residence Permit Registration Form." That document will keep you legally in Turkey until your appointment when you provide your documents (even if your visa expires or you exceed the number of days it allows you to be in Turkey). After your appointment, they have 90 days by law to complete the processing.

At the end of your appointment, they'll give you a "tebligat," which is an official communique. With that, you can stay in Turkey until your residence permit card arrives in the mail.

Normally at the end of the online registration, you can choose an appointment date and time. But in Istanbul they send that to you later, by e-mail or SMS, depending on your communications preference.

The reason it's a good idea to apply online early is that if you have to leave Turkey and return, you'll still have time on your visa. You can still leave and return before your appointment, if you need to leave and return with an expired visa let me know, That's a different topic.

Also do you think it maybe worthwhile moving from Istanbul to make an application if it's quicker? I'm just struggling with how to get transport to another area without a hefty taxi bill. I think public transport will be difficult to take all my things and I'm also not keen on flying. Any suggestions?

If you want to live somewhere else then you can do that. You need to live at the address you declare online. You can't move between the time you apply online and the time you receive your residence permit card.

A Warning About Fake Addresses: There are some companies that do residence permit applications that will set you up with a "fake" address. That is, you pay for a rental contract somewhere else and use that address, even though you don't live there. This is a very bad idea in my opinion, because you (and that company) will basically be making a false statement, and if the police come by and check to see if you actually live there, they'll likely talk to neighbors who will tell them you don't live there. That could result in the police putting out a notice to arrest you and even deport you.

The best thing to do is just apply where you live. Then stay there throughout the process until you have your residence permit card, no matter how long it takes.

Also can an application be made from anywhere in turkey? or are there specific cities/regions where it must be made from?

You can apply anywhere in Turkey. Every province has an immigration office. Places with a large number of foreigners (like Istanbul) have additional branch offices as well.
 
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Davescott

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You can apply any time from 60 days prior to one day prior to your visa's expiration or the day you reach the maximum number of days your visa allows you to be in Turkey.



I've seen applications in Istanbul take as little as a couple of weeks! But historically they've taken longer. There are several locations where they accept residence permit locations, so it may depend on where you apply. But also on how busy they are, which can't really be predicted.

At the end of your online application (actually it's a "registration" since you application isn't really complete until you submit your documents), you'll download a "Residence Permit Registration Form." That document will keep you legally in Turkey until your appointment when you provide your documents (even if your visa expires or you exceed the number of days it allows you to be in Turkey). After your appointment, they have 90 days by law to complete the processing.

At the end of your appointment, they'll give you a "tebligat," which is an official communique. With that, you can stay in Turkey until your residence permit card arrives in the mail.

Normally at the end of the online registration, you can choose an appointment date and time. But in Istanbul they send that to you later, by e-mail or SMS, depending on your communications preference.

The reason it's a good idea to apply online early is that if you have to leave Turkey and return, you'll still have time on your visa. You can still leave and return before your appointment, if you need to leave and return with an expired visa let me know, That's a different topic.



If you want to live somewhere else then you can do that. You need to live at the address you declare online. You can't move between the time you apply online and the time you receive your residence permit card.

A Warning About Fake Addresses: There are some companies that do residence permit applications that will set you up with a "fake" address. That is, you pay for a rental contract somewhere else and use that address, even though you don't live there. This is a very bad idea in my opinion, because you (and that company) will basically be making a false statement, and if the police come by and check to see if you actually live there, they'll likely talk to neighbors who will tell them you don't live there. That could result in the police putting out a notice to arrest you and even deport you.

The best thing to do is just apply where you live. Then stay there throughout the process until you have your residence permit card, no matter how long it takes.



You can apply anywhere in Turkey. Every province has an immigration office. Places with a large number of foreigners (like Istanbul) have additional branch offices as well.
Really appreciate your reply, that clarifies things a lot.

I've been getting a bit stressed about it all so I really have to thank you for your time and detailed response, I feel a bit lighter already.

I'll continue with trying to secure a rental as soon as possible and then go ahead with the application process.

Can't thank you enough, seriously.
 

Davescott

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You can apply any time from 60 days prior to one day prior to your visa's expiration or the day you reach the maximum number of days your visa allows you to be in Turkey.



I've seen applications in Istanbul take as little as a couple of weeks! But historically they've taken longer. There are several locations where they accept residence permit locations, so it may depend on where you apply. But also on how busy they are, which can't really be predicted.

At the end of your online application (actually it's a "registration" since you application isn't really complete until you submit your documents), you'll download a "Residence Permit Registration Form." That document will keep you legally in Turkey until your appointment when you provide your documents (even if your visa expires or you exceed the number of days it allows you to be in Turkey). After your appointment, they have 90 days by law to complete the processing.

At the end of your appointment, they'll give you a "tebligat," which is an official communique. With that, you can stay in Turkey until your residence permit card arrives in the mail.

Normally at the end of the online registration, you can choose an appointment date and time. But in Istanbul they send that to you later, by e-mail or SMS, depending on your communications preference.

The reason it's a good idea to apply online early is that if you have to leave Turkey and return, you'll still have time on your visa. You can still leave and return before your appointment, if you need to leave and return with an expired visa let me know, That's a different topic.



If you want to live somewhere else then you can do that. You need to live at the address you declare online. You can't move between the time you apply online and the time you receive your residence permit card.

A Warning About Fake Addresses: There are some companies that do residence permit applications that will set you up with a "fake" address. That is, you pay for a rental contract somewhere else and use that address, even though you don't live there. This is a very bad idea in my opinion, because you (and that company) will basically be making a false statement, and if the police come by and check to see if you actually live there, they'll likely talk to neighbors who will tell them you don't live there. That could result in the police putting out a notice to arrest you and even deport you.

The best thing to do is just apply where you live. Then stay there throughout the process until you have your residence permit card, no matter how long it takes.



You can apply anywhere in Turkey. Every province has an immigration office. Places with a large number of foreigners (like Istanbul) have additional branch offices as well.
Hello Ken,

How are you?

I've made some progress with finding a rental but most landlords are reluctant to provide a copy of the tapu along with the rental contract.

As I am looking to apply in Istanbul, do you think I will need the landlord's tapu along with the rental contract?

And finally can I use a 6 month rental contract at a flat for example and explain that I am looking to purchase or is this risky?

Thank you,

Dave
 

Ken Grubb

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I apologize for my late reply.

As I am looking to apply in Istanbul, do you think I will need the landlord's tapu along with the rental contract?

The tapu (property title deed) isn't a "required document" per se. But in Istanbul, the immigration specialists sometimes ask for it to make sure the person you're renting from is the actual owner. For all they know you could have a rental contract from someone who doesn't own the property you're renting. And the same goes for you... some friend or family member could rent the place to you, then the actual owner could disavow the contract and say they never rented the place to you. At minimum, you should check the tapu and the ID card of the person renting the place to you to make sure they're the same person.

Also instead of asking for a copy you could just take a photo of it with your mobile phone.

If you're a citizen of a European or other western country, they are likely not to ask for a copy of the tapu at all. They usually don't have a problem with people from such countries faking their address.

And finally can I use a 6 month rental contract at a flat for example and explain that I am looking to purchase or is this risky?

Call the 157 helpline to make sure. But I talked to an immigration specialist and they told me that the first contract had to be for one year, for a proper apartment. Never for an Air B&B rental.

You can use a hotel and get up to a two-year residence permit while looking for a property, then change your address. But not an Air B&B. Air B&B rentals don't comply with the same regulations that hotels do.
 

Ken Grubb

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I'm going to link here to my articles on what addresses you can use and how to change your address when the time comes. See this section on my site for articles on using various types of addresses and changing your address.

I wouldn't normally do this but the topic is kind of complex... feel free to ask any questions in this topic and I will reply here.

Turkey Permit: Residence Permit Process Guides
 

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