Croatia property blog
The section Croatia property blog is intended to provide information regarding the Croatian property market, who’s buying property in Croatia, what are Croatian property price trends, are they going up, down, stagnating, where to buy property in Croatia, is investing in Croatian property profitable and so forth.
Whilst trying to maintain up to date information on the latest trends in the Croatian real estate market we receive as well as search the internet for reports from the leading bodies, institutions or corporations who are evaluating the real estate market and other factors that influence and effect the property market in Croatia. We also from time to time write and post articles here summarizing some of the information we find, and giving an opinion where the opportunity presents itself.
We hope you will find the reports, documents and relevant links you will find here useful. Furthermore, and most importantly that it enables you to make more informed decisions when thinking about investing and buying Croatian property. If you require further information on any of the articles; would like to discuss any of their content or if there are subjects of interests for which we could write about or share ideas please feel free to get in touch.
The section Croatia property blog is intended to provide information regarding the Croatian property market, who’s buying property in Croatia, what are Croatian property price trends, are they going up, down, stagnating, where to buy property in Croatia, is investing in Croatian property profitable and so forth. Whilst trying to maintain up to date information on the latest trends in...
Where to buy property in Croatia, FPC believes that long term the most favorable and interesting locations to own exclusive properties in Croatia are in the region known as Dalmatia. Dalmatia is home to some of the most dramatic and stunning scenery found anywhere in …Read more
If you buy a property in Croatia that is in an area that is under the protection of the Cultural Heritage and you intend to renovate the house or make exterior changes to it, you must seek permission from the county Cultural Heritage department as part …Read more
There is one other very important piece of information that one must be aware of when purchasing Croatian property that is located in a culturally protected area. As a buyer you do not have the right to purchase the property until it has been offered for …Read more
This is a simple overview of the three main steps which one needs to take to buy property in Croatia stress free. All of the following will assist you buy giving you knowledge and understanding but it is essential that a qualified and independent lawyer …Read more
You often hear people moaning about real estate agents, getting paid too much and doing very little. So why bother with them? Like any profession there are good and bad apples, but if you get a good one you will never look back. This is …Read more
There are lots of things to remember when buying property in Croatia. In fact they apply when buying real estate anywhere in the world. Our greatest piece of advice is to keep things simple, the more complicated it gets the more likely you are to run …Read more
One of the major problems with buying in many, especially ‘emerging’ countries, is that of title deeds. Sometimes there can be years between paying for a property and a buyer actually getting the title deeds to that property. Delays in the issue of title deeds …Read more
Establishing value for properties in Croatia varies considerably and depends on the type of property you are looking to value. However, you could consider one of the following three options or a combination of all three: 1. Find properties that are similar to the one you …Read more
When buying property in Croatia, it is very important to consider and understand the currency exchange rate difference that results from property prices that are quoted in Euro but must be paid for in Kuna. Croatian real estate buyers need to be aware that currency exchange …Read more
Private buyers and sellers Let’s assume that you are private overseas buyer purchasing property in Croatia worth 100.000 € from the local seller. The seller will make no further cessions and wants to receive the price agreed in full, without bearing any transaction losses. This means …Read more