Property prices in Croatia are continuing their downward spiral; however the fall is slowly stopping. Recent house prices in Croatia show that prices across the country have dropped by an average of 1 percent in January 2016 compared to December 2015. However when these latest property prices are compared to January 2011 show a 9 percent drop.
Zagreb, the capital, saw property prices stabilise with the average price per metre squared remain the same at 1,546 Euros.
By far the most expensive real estate in Croatia is in Dubrovnik. The average price per of a metre squared in Dubrovnik is 3,033 Euros, followed by Split with 2,227 Euros, Zadar with 1,643 and Zagreb with 1,546.
Property prices are on the slide in Dubrovnik, in December 2015 the average price per metre squared was 3,195 Euros and in January 2016 3,033 Euros, a drop in price of 5 percent.