Real estate prices are showing no signs of slowly down, since 2016 the prices have climbed by 11 percent. According to a new survey carried out by a well-known property website in Croatia house prices are on the rise again. On a yearly level apartments across Croatia rose by 7 percent whilst houses rose by 4 percent.
And once again Dubrovnik has by far the most expensive real estate in the whole country, twice the price of the capital Zagreb. In Dubrovnik the average property price will set you back 3,714 Euros per metre squared, whilst in Zagreb the same property will cost you 1,883 Euros.
Split is also on the rise as the destination becomes more interesting for tourists, with the average price per metre squared in the Dalmatian city now 12 percent higher than last year and a massive 20 percent more than two years ago.