The well-known Croatian designer Davor Bruketa, co-owner of the agency Bruketa&Žinić&Grey, bought a building in Oprtlje where until 2020 the textile plant of the Era company was located, which has since been closed down
The average price of an apartment in Zagreb in June was 2,200 euros per square meter and, compared to the same month last year, rose 3.6 percent, while in Split it increased 1.9 percent to 3,020 euros, according to a semi-annual review of the real estate market in Croatia. Colliers Croatia, Slovenia and BiH.
Zagreb is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Croatia, so it was an ideal city for renting daily apartments, but also for high real estate prices, especially in the center of the metropolis.
The average price per square meter of new construction in the first half of 2021 reached the level of as much as 13,385 kuna for the level of the whole of Croatia, which has not been recorded in the last ten years.
Real estate is still a desirable investment, both in Europe and in the Republic of Croatia. The impact of the pandemic on the purchasing power of investors is felt, but it does not affect the price, which continues to grow on average. It has a negative impact primarily on real estate transactions, ie it is the cause of a decrease in the number of transactions throughout Croatia.
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