Crystal clear sea and beaches, sunny weather most days of the year, wild mountains, parks and reserves, delicious and healthy cuisine, peace and quiet, hospitality of the locals – what more could you want? Or maybe move to Croatia or at least arrange your dream holiday home here? It can be done – check how much a house in Croatia costs and how to buy it.
Specific features of the Croatian real estate sales market
Purchasing real estate in Croatia is a lucrative business – the prices of houses and apartments are not excessive, but the economic, and especially tourist, potential of this region is large and constantly growing. The Croatian real estate market is also quite diverse – this applies to both the location and the standard of houses, apartments and plots.
From an old stone house in an idyllic countryside, through modern estates in the heart of the largest old cities (e.g. Split or Trogir), to luxurious villas with a swimming pool in the first row from the sea near an attractive resort – everyone will find a house in Croatia tailored to their dreams and budget. , but these searches on your own can be difficult. This is why…
Use the help of a real estate agent
A house, apartment or building plot for sale in Croatia often belongs to private individuals and finding such a property, let alone purchasing it, is quite difficult in Poland, especially without knowledge of the market, topography and potential of individual regions, law, language and customs. Using the services of a real estate agency specializing in the Croatian market is a small expense compared to the cost of the entire investment, but makes it safe and quick.
Our NESTOVIA real estate agency will find a property for you based on your needs, expectations and budget. We will advise you on the location of your house or plot. We mediate in the sale of real estate – we take care of the formalities and in case of any problems, we have lawyers, surveyors and translators at our disposal. We complete the transaction, help you get settled in the new place and deal with taxes, utilities, schools, legalization of stay, etc.
How much does a property in Croatia cost?
Just as the Croatian real estate market is diverse, so are the prices of houses, apartments and plots. From 100,000 euros to several millionand the price depends on many variables. We invite you for a quick overview of the market!
How much does a house cost in Croatia?
Buying a house in Croatia costs from 100,000 to 3-4 million euros. Real estate prices depend on factors such as location (villages versus towns and cities, distance from the center, surroundings and view) and standard. You can buy newly built and fully furnished houses, as well as unfinished properties or old houses requiring thorough renovation, adaptation or even a slight refreshment.
New houses and villas in Croatia to a high standard
New houses in Croatia – newly built or a few or a dozen years old – cost from about 300,000 euros to over a million euros. The average house area is 200 m². Of course, we can find much larger houses, those in the “standard” size of 100-150 m² or very small ones, which are usually located in a city or a resort. They are often built in a beautiful classic style, and a private swimming pool and large, spacious terraces or loggias are not uncommon. It is also easy to find an entire tenement house or a semi-detached house.
Villas in Croatia cost from approximately EUR 500,000 to EUR 4 million – the price depends on the location, area, architecture and decor. Such a house usually has a private pool (or pools), sometimes has access to the beach, almost always offers beautiful views, is located in a quiet but well-connected area and is luxuriously furnished. Croatian villas are builtin a classic and modern style – they delight with their architecture, arrangement and atmosphere.
House with a breathtaking sea view
A house near the Adriatic Sea, on the islands or on the coast, whose main advantage is a beautiful view, costs from EUR 200,000 – at this price we are usually dealing with an older property that requires more or less renovationand is rather unremarkable in terms of standard and arrangement.
However, there are often charming gems that turn into your dream property with just a little work and money.
Of course, a house builtin the first row from the sea, more modern and well-maintained is more expensive– a completely renovated or newly built house with a view of the Adriatic Sea can be purchased for a minimum of EUR 350-450,000.
Old stone houses for renovation and reconstruction
In recent years, it has become increasingly easier to find such an old, classic stone house in Croatia, charming but requiring solid renovation, or even adaptation or reconstruction. The cheapest real estate on the market starts at around 80,000, most often it costs 150-250,000 euro. It all depends on the condition of the property, its values (e.g. view) and location.
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