If you're considering an overseas real estate investment, you
will find Croatia a great location for just that. Take a look at why Croatia is currently offering international
real estate investors the maximum potential for profit in Europe.
Croatia's beautiful coastline is dotted with numerous small and large towns,
most of which offer excellent real estate opportunities -photo by
Eastern European Success
Despite its "growing pains", Croatia is an Eastern European
success story and a country quickly developing an incredibly exciting real estate market into which foreign
investment is free flowing.
Projects video - recorded in May 2010, this is a
promotional video for Bishops Forest Golf & Spa planned project
Seaside town in Croatia,
with crystal clear sea water.Adriatic
Sea on Croatia's coast has one of the
cleanest sea waters in Europe andthe
Since Croatia achieved independence from the former
federal independent communist state of Yugoslavia in 1991, Croatia's democratically elected government has worked
tirelessly to prove to its own people and the outside world that it is committed to creating an independent and
It hasn't been an easy road, with entrenched corruption and
administrative leftovers from the old communist system. But with sustaining effort by Croatia's successive
governments, slow but sure progress is being made to make this a modern, democratic country it has been striving to
EU and NATO
As a result, Croatia has joined the Partnership for Peace
Program with NATO, the World Trade Organisation and the European Free Trade Association and has become (then) the
28th member of the European Union in July 2013. After the Brexit in 2020it makes the country the 27th most recent member of the EU.
(Although the actual British exit from the EU should be
effected on the 1st January 2021, to allow an 11-month transition period.There are estimated 3 millions of workers from EU countries working in
Brittain and about 1 million of British citizens working in the EU. This will give them time to gradually
adjust.Until then, the Brittain still has to adhere
to EU laws.)
All of these facts alone stand to prove the Croatian
government’s commitment to creating a competitive country with a successful market economy, and all of these facts
have resulted in many major multinational companies relocating European headquarters to competitive
Real Estate Investment
Now add to this positive data the fact that Croatia is a
stunningly beautiful country with 6,000 km of unspoilt coastline, a Mediterranean climate, mountains, lakes,
forests and wildlife in abundance and a rapidly developing tourism industry, and hopefully you can begin to smell
the real estate investment potential.
House for Sale on Rab island,
Croatia - pictures of the housing units in Barbat and how they
will look when completed - video date March 2009.
As a direct result of the foreign investment flowing into
Croatia in both the business and tourism sectors the country is becoming more successful, more wealthy and more
desirable as a place to live, work, invest and holiday.
Croatia - two properties in Croatia offered by Tulipan
Grupa, in Trsteno (Dubrovnik) and Seget (Trogir)
This perfect combination of factors is what makes Croatia an
emerging European real estate hotspot. There's demand from holiday makers for hotel and villa accommodation, both
on Croatian beautiful coastline and inland's growing village tourism. There are also second home hunters, looking
for everything from apartments in the major towns and cities, to rural retreats in the stunning Croatian
countryside. To top it all, expatriates and international exectives are looking for houses and apartments to
Croatian islands offer excellent real estate and property opportunities,
especially larger islands of Brač, Hvar, Krk, etc. -photo by
Real Estate Investor
A real estate investor looking for a secure emerging market
with masses of potential for profit should also consider Croatia for a number of reasons.
Haus zu verkaufen - Villa "Simica" in Kroatien, Insel Brac - House for sale in Croatia, Villa "Simica", on
the island of Brač.
For property developers there are substantial opportunities
available in the tourism sector with demand for hotel accommodation outstripping supply currently. Croatia has a
few 4 and 5 star hotels. This fact hasn't escaped the likes of Le Meridien hotels, who have recently opened a brand
new hotel in the city of Split, on central Dalmatian coastline.
For those hoping to profit from maximum short term capital
gains on real estate there’s the potential to purchase off plan properties and flip upon completion by reselling to
the waiting holiday and second home market. Alternatively for those hoping to derive an income from their overseas
real estate investments there’s the chance to let out units to the tourism market, the local market and also the
There's no doubt that Croatia offers every real estate investor
the potential they seek from their property investment.
A country house in Croatia with floral garden, including the popular red
flowers -photo by Mira