Campaign from TOKI! Deadline 19 November 9 thousand 972 people have benefited from the discount campaign organized by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, Housing Development Administration (TOKI) for the second time this year for housing and business buyers who want to pay their debts early and have their title deeds, and will end on November 19.
According to the information received from TOKI, the Presidency launched the second 20 percent discount campaign of this year on October 21 for real estates with continuing repayments, aimed at home and business buyers who want to pay off their debts early.
9 thousand 972 people have benefited from the campaign so far. 8 thousand 745 of the citizens were entitled to receive their deeds by closing all of their debts. Within the scope of the campaign, where citizens who are not able to cover the entire debt balance can also apply, not less than 25 percent of the debt balance
You can benefit from discounts for advance payments made on condition that it is.
Within this scope, 1227 house and business buyers who could not pay their debts completely benefited from a 20 percent discount with their cash payments.
DEADLINE FOR THE CAMPAIGN NOVEMBER 19
Residential and business buyers who want to participate in the campaign will be able to apply to the relevant bank until Thursday, November 19, 2020. It will not be possible to benefit from the said discount rate for debt closing after this date.
According to the terms of the campaign, the residence and workplace buyers in the projects included in the discount application should not have any dues and any debts they are obliged to pay to TOKI as of the application date.
Residential and business buyers whose sales have been realized by the end of June 2019 and whose repayment installments have started by the end of June 2019 will be able to benefit from the campaign.
Projects with 12 months or less installments will not be able to benefit from the discount campaign. In addition, those who want to benefit from the campaign will be able to use mortgage loans from the intermediary banks with which they have signed the Real Estate Sales Agreement.