Property prices in Dubrovnik are continuing to rise and are the most expensive in the country.
During the month of July apartment and house prices rose by 7 percent in Dubrovnik according to the specialised property website crozilla.com. according to details from the website the average price of advertised property in Dubrovnik climbed once again in July putting the average price per metre squared twice as much as the capital Zagreb.
All major cities in Croatia saw a slight increase in property prices in July with the average price per metre squared in Dubrovnik now reaching a massive 3,871 Euros. In spite of the spiralling prices the housing market in the city is still relatively vibrant with the demand still outweighing the supply.