Find your perfect property in Croatia
The easiest way to find your perfect property for sale in Croatia is by using our advanced search engine.
Indicate whether you are looking for a villa, house, apartment, old stone house, secluded cottage, sea view property, inland or island property for sale in Croatia. Select the location, mainland i.e. Split, Rogoznica, Omis, Trogir or an island, i.e. Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Solta, Vis, Ciovo, etc., or check for all island property. Once you have the type of property and the location, add options such as ‘sea front, sea view, sea distance, swimming pool, price… etc.’. You will be exploring the largest selection of property available on this part of the Mediterranean coast.
Feel free to contact us via email or phone and speak to an agent about any particular property from our selection, or about any new properties that might be coming on the market soon.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long can you remain in Croatia as a tourist?
Tourists can stay in Croatia for up to 90 days within a period of 6 months.
Can foreigners purchase property in Croatia?
Foreigners may purchase property in Croatia, this is one of many rights granted to them by the Croatian Constitution. It is important to note that there are some limitations which apply to non-Croatian nationals purchasing real estate in Croatia. A foreigner may buy non-residential property (commercial and non-commercial buildings and their contents), within his/her borders, in accordance with the provisions of the laws governing real estate transactions entered in the Register of Real Estates.
Is Croatia a great location to purchase a home?
Some people might assume that Croatia isn't a top place to buy a home because of the expense of property. It's not as cheap as it was during the '90s and early 2000s but property is still relatively reasonable compared to other European Union countries, particularly in coastal areas where towns are popular with tourists.
Is Croatia an ideal location to retire?
Croatia could be an ideal location for retirees from all around the world. The reasons for choosing this country range from its warm sea, sunny weather, and rich gastronomy—not to mention Croatians' famed and well-known hospitality—to its proximity to European centers of business and popular travel destinations, as well as excellent health care that Croatia is famous for.
Are there any property taxes in Croatia?
In the Republic of Croatia, property transfer tax is payable by private individuals and legal entities on residential and commercial properties. The tax rate is set at 3% based on the estimated value of a property. It is being paid upon purchase of the property.
Is Croatia a safe country?
The Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the country is safe for tourists. Many travelers from all over the world visit Croatia each year and most feel safe there. It should be noted that instances of petty theft do occur in Croatia, although violent crime rates are low. Of course, common sense and awareness will help keep you secure.
Are the prices of property high in Croatia?
Yes and no: it depends on the market place you are on, what cities, island or region we are talking about but in general this real estate is not cheap but also not more expensive that in other famous European destinations.
Can I drink the tap water in Croatia?
Yes, you can drink the tap water in Croatia.
Is Croatia an investment that is worth it?
Many people are looking to invest their money in Croatia. Croatia has been an attractive and popular place to invest for quite some time now. Many real estate and business opportunities seem attractive, so many people find Croatia to be an advantageous, but profitable place to invest.