All the foreign clients such as Lebanese citizens, New Zealand citizens, Norwegian citizens, Philippine citizens, Portuguese citizens, Spanish citizens, Swedish citizens, Swiss citizens, Tunisian citizens, Turkmen citizens, Ukrainian citizens and German citizens residing in Bitez, Konacık, Göltürkbükü, Türkbükü, Gölköy, Gündoğan, Güvercinlik, Güllük, Boğaziçi, Tuzla, Milas or Akyarlar, Gümüşlük should also think in advance which types of investment you are particularly interested in and how much money you ultimately want to invest. The goal of your investment is also important. With this goal in mind, the financial advisor can find suitable solutions much more easily. The more you know in advance about your own goals and wishes as well as about possible products, the better you are prepared for financial advice. The foreign customers such as British citizens, English citizens, United Kingdom citizens, Irish citizens, Belgian citizens, Netherland citizens, French citizens, Russian citizens, Austrian citizens, Saudi Arabian citizens, Afghan citizens, Syrian citizens, Algerian citizens, Australian citizens residing in Yalıkavak, Bodrum, Turgutreis, Gümüşkaya, Kadıkalesi, Kıyıkışlacık, Torba, Gümbet, Yalıçiftlik, Kızılağaç, Mumcular, Ortakent or Yahşi have the option of using different types of financial advisors. Some consultants work on a fee basis. This means that they will receive a fee for their advice regardless of the contracts concluded. Investing in a fee advisor can be worthwhile, however, as these financial advisors can recommend suitable products regardless of commissions. If a financial advisor only works on a commission basis, customers can quickly fall into the so-called “commission trap”. In this case, the consultant does not convey the best possible product for the customer, but rather the one with which he gets the most commission.