Buying and Selling Real Estate
Properties in Croatia
If you're exploring Croatia for more than a holiday experience,
you will find some excellent real estate and properties opportunities. From quaint little villages in Istria and
Dalmatian hinterland, to the majestic coastline, you will find old stone houses and island studio apartments that
are great buys.
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Buying House in Croatia
Investing in property can be a wise choice if
done properly. By buying a house or an apartment in Croatia you can combine two purposes - have a
holiday and an investment property in one.
Buying Property in Croatia
EU citizens can
buy property in Croatia with the same rights and Croatian citizens. Non EU citizens may need
approval from the Croatian ministry of justice in order to purchase.
Croatia Real Estate
The demand for Croatian properties and real
estate has been on the increase every since the country became a member of the EU. Good knowledge
of the local market is important.
This Croatian city has developed a great
reputation as a holiday destination. If an idea of international living appeals to you, this could
be the right spot for you to look for a suitable investment property.
European Real Estate
As an EU and NATO member, Croatia became an
European real estate hotspot. Many foreigners have chosen Croatia as their second home, either to
retire or to set up a business.
Moving With Family to
Have you been looking to move to Croatia, as
many have done over the years? Be mindful of the COVID-19 travel warnings. Get tips on finding best
accommodation for your family in Croatia.
Property Investing in Croatia
Being part of the Mediterranean and a popular
tourist destination, Croatia has a constant appeal for private property investors. Shop around to
find a sound property that will pay off in the long run.
Real Estate in Croatia
In addition to attracting holidaymakers each
year, Croatia also attracts foreign property buyers, looking to buy an apartment, a house, or a
villa, either inland or especially on its coastline.
What You Have to
Looking to buy a house in Croatia? There are
different things and options you should consider, before you go into property buy. We give you a
more detailed look at different aspects of it.
Liberalized real estate market
In the past, if you are a foreign citizen, you'd have to set up
a company here in Croatia, through which you can then buy a property. The costs weren't all that high, but the proces took a year or longer, just to set up.
But when Croatia became member of the EU, one of the bills
Croatian Parliament passed was the Bill on Property, as part of its SAA (Stabilisation and Association Agreement)
with EU. This bill grants EU citizens equal rights to purchase property in Croatia. It
excludes agricultural land and protected national and
Non-EU citizens still need approval from the foreign and
in order to purchase a property here. This approval is granted only to the
citizens of the countries with whom Croatia has signed the agreement of
reciprocity. This agreement has been signed with many western countries,
including the US.