Croatian property prices are continuing to rise with the latest figures showing that prices in Zagreb have risen by 10 percent this year.
According to new survey, conducted on a sample of 155,000 active real estate ads, by the Croatian website Njuskalo, prices are growing at a steady rate across the country.
Apartments are, compared to the same month last year, have risen in price by 7 percent whilst houses have 4 percent. Again Dubrovnik is the most expensive city in Croatia for real estate with the average price for an apartment 3,811 Euros per metre squared. The second most expensive city is Split, where an apartment will cost you 2,744 Euros, followed by Zadar and Zagreb.
In fact, Zagreb has seen one of the largest rises in prices this year in Croatia, mainly on the back a massive demand, with prices rising by ten percent on a year-on-year basis.