Property prices across Croatia are continuing to grow with latest figures showing that this year they have risen by 6.5 percent. The popular website, Njuskalo, have carried out a survey on the 163,000 properties on offer on their website and the results show that prices aren’t slowing down, with the most expensive real estate in Croatia in Dubrovnik. According to the survey apartment prices across Croatia have risen by 8 percent his year, and house prices by just over four percent.
And even though prices are on the increase it would seem that interest is still extremely high, as the website have reported that just last month nearly 12.5 million visitors clicked on the site.
Zagreb is one of the hottest locations in Croatia at the moment with the average price per metre squared over 2,000 Euros for the first time ever. In October the average asking price for apartments was 2,080 Euros per metre squared, which represents a rise of almost 8 percent over the year.
All major cities in Croatia have seen property prices increase, especially along the coastline, with Dubrovnik once again having the highest prices in the whole country. In October the average asking price for an apartment was a huge 3,926 Euros per metre squared, or almost double the price of the capital, whilst the asking price for a house in Dubrovnik was 4,711 Euros.