Croatia is a name that tourists have heard of because it is one of the popular tourism hotspots. Apart from this, it is also a destination that people consider when they are looking forward to buy a real estate property or a second home in another nation. In the last couple of years, the real estate market in Croatia has risen and even though it is still in its infancy stage, experts believe that there is a huge potential for properties in Croatia in the future. mm.hr
If you are a foreigner and you are thinking about buying a property in Croatia, then you will first have to make sure that you know everything that a buyer has to know about purchasing a property in this country. There are certain regulations that the Croatian Government has stipulated for foreigners to buy a property here and you can easily find this out by asking a good real estate agent in Croatia. You can also ask a lawyer about this, if you want.
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and the properties here are very expensive. On the other hand, as compared to other European cities, the properties in Zagreb are less expensive. Southern Dalmatia is another region that you can consider to buy a property in. Split, the main town of this region, is a popular choice for many investors as people can easily get to Ancona from here. Dubrovnik and Makarska Riviera are extremely popular places for real estate buyers and the properties here are quite expensive.
The Kvarner Riviera region is another location you can consider when you want to buy a Croatian property. Rijeka is the main town here and it has an airport near Krk. This region is very popular among the local as well as foreign investors so finding a property here may not be very easy.
Last but not the least; Istria is a region that is loved by the real estate buyer and one can easily access this region by public transport from Italy. Many a times, it has been referred to as the Croatian Tuscany by people. You will find beautiful scenery here and there are also quite a few beautiful historical coastal towns here. Some of these that are worth mentioning are Pula, Rovinj and Porec. The properties in this region of Croatia is pretty expensive because of high demand and also because it is close to the rest of the European nations.