CPS - Croatia Property Sales - is run by the two co-founders who started the company.
Inga Majic has been involved in property sales since 1998 when Croatia became independent and the first investors arrived in the newly formed country. She has been active handling many hundreds of sales and is trusted and respected by customers, civil bodies and other professionals working in the Dalmatia area. She is from Split and speaks Croatian, English and Italian.
Mario Moraca began as an agent among the islands off Split and he has been responsible for many hundreds of sales of all types of property and is widely known throughout the area. He is from Split and speaks Croatian and English. Inga and Mario joined to form their own agency in 2009.
The company - Croatia Property Sales - specialises in selling Croatian property and real estate to international investors. It is now one of the busiest agencies in Croatia, focusing on the Dalmatia region which includes the coastal region from Dubrovnik to Zadar, around Split and all the main tourist islands. It has handled many hundreds of sales for foreign clients from all around the world, and each year sells tens of millions of euros worth of property, much of it high end luxury villas and premium real estate in the most sought after locations.
They employ twelve experienced agents, all of whom speak at least one foreign language, and they have regional offices on Brac and Hvar islands in addition to the office in Split. The professionalism and discretion shown by the agents ensures they are a well-respected company, and work closely with other professionals, such as lawyers, engineers and architects in the area.
This discretion also encourages many recommendations from clients, some of whom are very high profile, and who make discretion a key factor in deciding to use or return to CPS as an agency.
The company aim is to continue running a professional, well respected agency that also provides a personal touch.
Please use the email to contact any of the team and to arrange a time to pop into one of the offices to introduce yourself.