Croatia’s real estate market is getting more and more popular each year. Its beautiful villas by the sea, unique stone houses, and its inland agricultural land are just some of the motives why investors are flocking to this country. If you’re thinking about owning real estate, here are 4 reasons why we believe you should definitely give Croatia a chance:
Good conditions for foreigners
Since 2009, all EU citizens have been able to buy property in Croatia under the same terms as Croatian citizens. Non-EU citizens can acquire property in Croatia with the Ministry of Justice’s permission, and both EU and non-EU citizens can buy agricultural land in Croatia if they start a business there. The great news is that all Croatian companies have equal rights no matter the citizenship of the founder.
Croatian real estate is spread across the three most beautiful regions of the country – coastal Dalmatia, inland Istria, and Slavonia. Due to its geographical diversity, Croatia offers a variety of housing environments that each come with their own advantages. The most popular areas are located along the Adriatic Coast, central plateau (Zagreb), and Slavonia.
Attractive geostrategic location
Due to its geographical location in the middle of Europe, Croatia has easy access to most of the continent. If you want to travel to any European country within three hours or less, buy a property in Croatia. Its position on the Adriatic Sea and especially its ports make it highly attractive for foreign investors.
If you’re looking for a business opportunity, you can find an affordable, productive, and multilingual workforce in Croatia. Half of the population speaks English, and about a third is fluent in German.
This Mediterranean gem is becoming increasingly desirable for buyers, so don’t wait too long.