Houses for sale in Croatia

Buying real estate in the Republic of Croatia is ideal for all those who want a house by the sea, an apartment with a view, an apartment in beautiful Split or Zagreb, interesting land in Dalmatia, whether construction for the construction of a dream house or agricultural, which can be an ideal investment property. A large selection of business premises in the Republic of Croatia, gives you the opportunity for new business ventures. There are houses in the Republic of Croatia that are examples of modern and functional architecture and interior design. Whether it is family houses, holiday homes, villas, Croatia offers a great choice. The houses are decorated in a modern, rustic or eclectic style.

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790.000€
(5.939.766kn)
Šibenik surroundings
Property ID: 2932
Zablace, surroundings of Sibenik - spacious family house with swimming pool near the sea
350.00 m2 living area
712.00 m2 total area
3 rooms
2 bathrooms
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385.750€
(2.900.335kn)
Šibenik surroundings
Property ID: 2926
Surroundings of Sibenik, Bogdanovici, semi-detached house with swimming pool in a quiet location
132.45 m2 living area
4 rooms
3 bathrooms
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30.000€
(225.561kn)
Šibenik islands
Property ID: 2925
Prvic Sepurine, ruin 30 m from the sea
99.00 m2 living area
46.00 m2 total area
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369.000€
(2.774.397kn)
Vodice
Property ID: 2924
Vodice, semi-detached house with sea view
169.00 m2 living area
335.00 m2 total area
4 rooms
2 bathrooms
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530.000€
(3.984.906kn)
Tribunj
Property ID: 2923
Tribunj, Sovlje, newly built house with swimming pool in a quiet location
137.00 m2 living area
576.00 m2 total area
3 rooms
3 bathrooms
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1.300.000€
(9.774.298kn)
Split
Property ID: 2921
Podstrana, beautiful villa with pool and sea view
300.00 m2 living area
980.00 m2 total area
5 rooms
5 bathrooms
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470.000€
(3.533.785kn)
Vodice
Property ID: 2920
Vodice, apartment house in a great location
450.00 m2 living area
362.00 m2 total area
12 rooms
8 bathrooms
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108.000€
(812.019kn)
Šibenik
Property ID: 2914
Sibenik, one-story house with two apartments and a garden
126.00 m2 living area
275.00 m2 total area
3 rooms
2 bathrooms
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440.000€
(3.308.224kn)
Šibenik
Property ID: 2910
Sibenik, renovated stone house with a garden in the old part of town
121.00 m2 living area
146.00 m2 total area
3 rooms
3 bathrooms

FAQ

When buying a property in Croatia, you have to keep in mind that there are some key factors that can determine the success or failure of your investment. The most important question is why you want to buy a property in Croatia and what you want to use it for. If it's vacation or retirement then the distance from the ocean might be irrelevant. A good starting point would be to look at a map or an aerial photo of Croatia and identify possible locations, especially the areas that are naturally protected by mountains, sea or forests, and also the areas near small towns / villages, where you will find some inexpensive options.
The cheapest houses by the sea in Croatia can be found on the Dalmatian coast. The rugged stretch of Dalmatia is known for its clean, clear waters that are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or diving. The area is also home to some of the best beaches and water sports in Croatia.
Real estate prices in Croatia are among the lowest in the European Union. The country has made an economic turnaround according to EU standards and its economy is now based on service industries. This, together with the natural attractions that keep its image as a mostly tourist destination, will give it stable and sustainable development in the future.
The average price per square meter to build a house in Croatia is HRK 9,800. The cost of a finished house varies from 1,000,000 HRK if the materials are purchased and the construction is carried out by an individual or a family, to 6,000,000 HRK if it is built by a construction company.
Yes, foreign citizens can buy real estate in Croatia, but the legislation regulating the issue of buying real estate in Croatia for non-Croatian citizens varies depending on the type of property being purchased and differs by municipality (city).
According to the new law in Croatia (April 1, 2012), the tax on the purchase of real estate is calculated as follows: 2% on the first 500,000 HRK (approx. 53,000 EUR before VAT), 3% between 500,000 HRK and 1.98 million. HRK (approx. 220,000 EUR), 5% between 1.98 million HRK and 3.96 million HRK (approx. 487,600 EUR), 12% between 3.96 million HRK and 9 million HRK (approx. EUR 5 million) and 15% on the remaining amount.
The cost of architectural services in Croatia varies depending on the size of the property, the building law requirements and the project budget.