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Zagreb house prices rise significantly
9 May
Croatia’s house and apartment prices have surged by over 8.5% over the past year, the latest survey by website ‘Njuškalo’ revealed.

The survey, which was conducted on a sample of 156,000 properties, showed that the capital of Zagreb has seen its prices soar notably recently, with the average price of an apartment exceeding €2,000 per metre squared ceiling in April for the first time ever.

Croatia’s strong property prices rises have been ongoing for 40 consecutive months now, since early 2016. Since the start of this year, Zagreb’s apartment prices have increased by 11%.

It isn’t just Zagreb that has recorded significant price increases, though – Split, Dubrovnik and the majority of cities along the Dalmatian coastline have had their prices increase. Dubrovnik has the highest real estate prices in the country.

The price of rent in Zagreb has also increased. In order to rent the average apartment in the capital, you can now expect to pay an approximate €473.

From all of Croatia, Zagreb recorded the largest price increases last year. Prices were boosted by 8.5% in 2018, surpassing the Croatian Adriatic – which typically experiences the highest growth rate and last year saw prices increase by 4.4%.

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