Dubrovnik is once again the “leader” of real estate prices in Croatia. Latest results from the property website Crozilla.com shows that throughout the country property prices rose in the month of August compared to July. Figures show that property prices across the whole of Croatia have risen by 5 percent by the beginning of this year.
And Dubrovnik has the most expensive real estate in Croatia with the average price per metre squared costing 3.796 Euros according to Crozilla. This August price for Dubrovnik is the same as it was in July.
The capital, Zagreb, saw an increase in house prices in August, 0.8 percent, compared to July making the average price per metre squared 1,698 Euros. The only Croatian city on the Adriatic that saw a drop in property prices was Split were average prices are now 2,270, considerably lower than Dubrovnik.