Why invest in Croatia?

The Croatian residential real estate investment market is still thriving. The purchase of real estate is mainly supported by foreign buyers. Areas on the Adriatic coast with well-established infrastructure and proximity to the airport are the strongest. The most popular locations for buying real estate are Dubrovnik, Split, Opatija, Istria, the island of Hvar, and the island of Brac.

The growth of real estate prices depends on the location, real estate prices in 2021 increased year-on-year on average in cities: Zagreb + 8.0%, Split + 6.9%, Rijeka + 6.4%

The main reason for the resilience of the real estate market in Croatia is the limited real estate supply, also the adoption of the Euro as the currency in 01/2024.

Rental income ranges from 5 to 6% based on location, with smaller properties having greater profitability.

The largest share of foreign buyers of seaside residential real estate is by origin: 1. Austrians, 2. Slovenes, 3. Slovaks, 3. Czechs, 4. Russians, 5. Germans and 6. Poles.

Source:

https://www.colliers.com/en-hr/research/market-overview-croatia-h2-2020

https://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Europe/Croatia/Price-History

Why invest in Croatia?

The Croatian residential real estate investment market is still thriving. The purchase of real estate is mainly supported by foreign buyers. Areas on the Adriatic coast with well-established infrastructure and proximity to the airport are the strongest. The most popular locations for buying real estate are Dubrovnik, Split, Opatija, Istria, the island of Hvar, and the island of Brac.

The growth of real estate prices depends on the location, real estate prices in 2021 increased year-on-year on average in cities: Zagreb + 8.0%, Split + 6.9%, Rijeka + 6.4%

The main reason for the resilience of the real estate market in Croatia is the limited real estate supply, also the adoption of the Euro as the currency in 01/2024.

Rental income ranges from 5 to 6% based on location, with smaller properties having greater profitability.

The largest share of foreign buyers of seaside residential real estate is by origin: 1. Austrians, 2. Slovenes, 3. Slovaks, 3. Czechs, 4. Russians, 5. Germans and 6. Poles.

Source:

https://www.colliers.com/en-hr/research/market-overview-croatia-h2-2020

https://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Europe/Croatia/Price-History

The Croatian property buying process

Croatia region

Istria – It is one of the largest peninsulas in the Adriatic Sea. The region offers many, beautiful beaches, good wine, and bike paths. Beautiful historic towns, but also resorts full of relaxation: Pula, Rovinj, Porec, Umag, Rabac, Novigrad, Medulin, Labin, Opatija, Vrsar, Brijuni, are places that are in great demand in terms of further rental and for their proximity.

Kvarner – Kvarner Bay is located in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea. These include popular mainland resorts: Crikvenica, Karlobag, Kraljevica, Novi Vinodolski, Opatija, Rijeka, and Senj. You will also find beautiful beaches on the islands: Cres, Krk, Pag, Rab, and Lošinj.

Northern Dalmatia – is a place where high majestic mountains fall into the crystal clear sea, lined with white stone beaches. Top locations include Island Nin, Zaton, Petrcane, Zadar, Sv. Filip i Jakov, Pakoštane, Vodice, Šibenik and Primošten. The location is also visited for the proximity of national parks.

Central Dalmatia – is popular for its weather, beautiful beaches, clean more and history. Top attractions include Trogir (UNESCO), Omis, Split (UNESCO), Brela, Baska Voda, Makarska. Excellent road and air connections.

Southern Dalmatia – offers a combination of nature, majestic mountains, beautiful sea, diving, gastronomy, historic sites, good air connections. The top locations on the mainland are Dubrovnik (UNESCO) and Cavtat, popular resorts on the peninsulas: Peljesac, Lapad, Babin, and Kuk.

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