Croatian property prices continue to steadily climb, according to new data prices are 9.5 percent higher than a year ago.
The Croatian Bureau of Statistics have published new statistics on the state of the real estate market in Croatia and in the first half-year of 2019 the average price per 1 m² of new properties sold by trade companies and other legal entities was 12,375 Kuna, or around 1,600 Euro per metre square. Making prices 9.5 percent higher than in the first half-year of 2018.
Interest if new properties is extremely high in the capital Zagreb where prices have risen the most over the past three years. Many properties in the Croatian capital, in the more sought after areas, are almost the same price as along the Croatian Adriatic. Prices in Zagreb rose from 11,656 Kuna per metre squared at the beginning of 2018 to 12,749 at the end of 2018.