According to data from the real estate advertising portal Crozilla.com, the highest prices of houses in Croatia in May were recorded in Dubrovnik and Zagreb, whilst the most attractive location to potential buyers from abroad was the city of Zadar.
The biggest price change on a monthly level was recorded in Dubrovnik where the average house price rose by 4.2 percent making the average price per metre squared a staggering 4,134 Euros. On the other hand, the increase in house prices was much lower in the Croatian capital of Zagreb (0.7%), making the average price per square metre 1,229 Euros or almost four times cheaper than in Dubrovnik.
The data also showed that the Dalmatian city of Zadar recorded a monthly increase of 0.3 percent, whilst the average price per square metre was 1,599 Euros.
The highest decline in house prices during May was recorded on the continent of Croatia in Bjelovar and Slavonski Brod. The average price per square metre in Bjelovar was 470 Euros, whilst in Slavonski Brod it was 632 Euros.
The cities of Osijek, Porec, Zadar and Zagreb were among the most browsed locations for houses on sale in May on the Croatian real estate advertising portal. Potential foreign buyers searching for houses advertised on Crozilla.com were mostly from Switzerland, Germany, Slovenia, Austria, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. They showed the biggest interest in houses at sea, predominantly in those located in Zadar and in the Zadar County, as well as in the area of Crikvenica and in Istria.