Croatia’s real estate market grows more and more popular each year. Investors gravitate to this country for a variety of reasons, including beautiful coastal homes, stone buildings, and huge inland areas with agricultural land. We strongly suggest you consider buying a property in Croatia and here’s why:
Affordable but effective workforce
Croatian workforce is hardworking and multilingual but affordable due to the country’s low cost of living. Around half of the population speaks English, with German and Italian in second and third place.
Croatian real estate market is spread between three beautiful regions: coastal Dalmatia, inland Istria, and Slavonia. Due to the country’s geographical diversity, Croatia offers a range of comfortable, affordable homes. Central Croatia has urban areas as well as mountainous areas, whereas East Croatia is full of golden fields and delicious organic food. Meanwhile, the Northern and Southern Coasts have hundreds of kilometers of beaches, coves, and islands with stunning views.
The EU citizens have been able to buy property in Croatia under the same rules as Croatian citizens since 2009. Non-EU citizens can also buy a property in Croatia if they are granted permission by the Ministry of Justice. Buyers from the EU as well as non-EU countries can purchase agricultural land in Croatia if they start a business there. And here is some good news: any Croatian company, no matter who founded it, has the same rights.
Advantageous geostrategic position
Croatia’s location in the middle of Europe makes it attractive to foreign buyers due to its numerous advantages. The number of international flights departing from Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik has increased significantly in recent years, and these airports are capable of transporting both passengers and cargo globally. It only takes three hours or less to travel from Croatia to any city in Europe.
Croatia is getting increasingly popular with property buyers and investors, so don’t let your competition beat you to the prize.