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03. September 2018.

Founder and women in charge of Chic Resort Residences had an interview with Ivana Matic, founder of Women In Adria. WiA is  brand that gathers ambitious women throughout Adriatic region. To read full interview follow the link below. 

 

Invest in real estate in Croatia
26. January 2018.

13% more tourists visited Croatia in 2017 then in the previous year 2016! Exact number that was announced by the Minister of Tourism, Gari Cappelli sounds extraordinary - 18.5 million tourists!!! Most of them were Germans, Slovenians, Austrians, Czechs and some Americans, Australians (probably most of them is our diaspora)...but also some Chinese and South Koreans. 

Real estate prices in Croatia
26. January 2018.

The most popular portal in Croatia 'Njuskalo' made an analysis of 158,000 active ads about real estate asking prices and the result is that prices have risen by 2,32% in 2017. 

Dubrovnik is still the most expensive market in Croatia with average price of 2,494 EUR/sqm for the apartments and 2,100 EUR / sqm for houses. The cheapest area in Croatia is still eastern part where prices for apartments are 800 EUR/sqm and 500 EUR/sqm for the houses. Pula in Istria had the biggest gains with 11% where apartments are offered for an average of 1,485 EUR/sqm. 

03. October 2016.

There are several global real estate trends in the second home market, which were noted during 2015 and 2016. Following trends are influencing investor’s decisions about their project-building concept.

1. RECOVERY OF THE SECOND HOME MARKETS

The recovery in real estate values, which started in world cities in 2009, is now beginning to extend beyond the prime markets in those cities and towards second home markets and resorts.