Although after last year's earthquakes, in combination with the social changes brought by the coronavirus pandemic, a change in the trend in real estate prices in the Croatian capital was announced, the data from the analysis of asking prices two years ago show quite the opposite.
In Zagreb, the requested prices of apartments at the beginning of 2021 are growing almost the same as a year ago. Namely, from the beginning of 2019 until today, the asking prices for apartments in Zagreb have increased by 8.73 percent, and the same trend is with a slightly smaller growth, of 8.36 percent, in the requested house prices. The average price for apartments is now 2159.25, and for houses 1368.75 euros per square meter.
The earthquake-stricken city center is still recording a negative trend, write Njuškalo. The asking prices of apartments in the Lower Town reached their peak in March 2020, when the average asking price per square meter was 2,666.41 euros, while at the beginning of this year it was 2,567.70 euros, or 100 euros less per square meter.
Except in the center, the average asking prices of apartments currently exceed 2200 euros per square meter in Trešnjevka North (2201.97 euros) and Trnje (2281.25 euros). Also, the requested prices of apartments of more than 2,000 euros per square meter at the beginning of the year were recorded in the fourth Maksimir (2,186.49 euros) and Trešnjevka South (2,120 euros).
On the other hand, the lowest average asking prices of apartments are currently in Brezovica (1212.63 euros) and Sesvete (1456.58 euros), the analysis said.
In the last two years, apartment prices in Rijeka have risen the most
The latest data from the beginning of this year show that the changes that have taken place in the last year do not in any way affect the growth trend of apartment prices in Rijeka, according to which the average price per square meter of an apartment of 1780 euros is 16 percent higher than in January 2019. , they pointed out from Njuškalo.
At the same time, the prices of houses in Rijeka grew imperceptibly in that period, so now the average price per square meter of a house is only 23 euros higher and amounts to 1473 euros. The largest city in eastern Croatia has maintained a stable upward trend in the prices of its square meters for the last two years. In Osijek, the asking price per square meter of an apartment at the beginning of 2019 was 966 euros, while now it is necessary to set aside an average of 1,063 euros per square meter, or almost 10 percent more.
An average of 731 euros is required for a square meter of a house, which is only 30 euros more than in the period two years ago, the analysis shows.
With oscillations during 2020, prices in Split are higher than in 2019
Two years ago, Split also recorded higher real estate prices, with the requested house prices still exceeding apartment prices. From the beginning of 2019 until today, the square footage of a house in Split has risen by 4.93 percent and now averages 3,122 euros.
Demand prices for apartments have risen by 6.85 percent in two years and now average 2987 euros per square meter. "However, in the mentioned period there were different price fluctuations, so the highest house prices in Split were recorded in September 2019, when an average of 3209 euros were asked for per square meter, while apartments were the most expensive in February last year, when an average of 3016 euros were demanded. per square meter ", they note from Njuškalo.
Dubrovnik is feeling the effects of a weaker tourist season
Dubrovnik, on the other hand, recorded a negative trend two years ago, so that the asking prices of apartments today are 5.22 percent lower than at the beginning of 2019 and average 3628 euros per square meter.
Houses in Dubrovnik in the mentioned period also recorded a drop in prices by almost 12 percent. Thus, while at the beginning of 2019 the average asking price per square meter of a house was 4666 euros, today it is 4117 euros.
Zadar did not record oscillations in asking prices last year, so the growth trend in this city has been stable for the past two years. Demand prices for apartments have risen by 5.86 percent since the beginning of 2019 and now demand an average of 2,259 euros per square meter, and house prices have risen by 5.66 percent, so the current average asking price per square meter is 1,577 euros. it is stated in the analysis of Njuškalo.