The real estate market in Croatia in 2021 saw a massive bounce back from the year before with almost 134,000 purchases completed, which represents a jump of 30 percent compared to 2020. And the total value of real estate sold in Croatia last year was just over 60 billion Euro.
Last year, the largest number of purchases and sales on the real estate market related to agricultural land, 43,846, which was 32.7 percent of the total number. This was followed by the purchase and sale of apartments/apartments, of which 29,605 were realised, followed by construction land, 23,633, and family houses, 16,976.
The City of Zagreb lead the way in terms of the number of sales transactions, followed by Zadar, Split and Rijeka.
The highest average price of a flat/apartment per square metre was in Dubrovnik, where the average price was 18,610 Kuna, followed by Rovinj with 17,045 Kuna, Split with 16,682 Kuna and Opatija with 15,390 Kuna. The prices in Zagreb also rise drastically with the average price per square metre of an apartment just over 12,000 Kuna.