House prices in July, compared to the previous month, reported an increase of about 1 percent. Although this is a price increase on a monthly basis, we certainly can not talk about the recovery of the Croatian real estate market because the study relates the summer period, when traditionally is increased demand for real estate.A new beautiful villa close to the sea at Petrcane near Zadar, for sale. For more information visit The Zadar Real Estate.So it is logical that the prices changed for a 3.8 percent increase in Pula and 1.4 percent in Zadar , and by 4.3 percent in Zagreb and 2.3 percent in Osijek. More specifically, house prices in Pula went up to 1277 Euros in Zadar at 1529 Euros and 1501 Euros in Zagreb and in Osijek at 646 Euros per square meter. At the same time the only Pula and Osijek have increased on an annual basis. On the other hand, the decline was unexpectedly reported in Rijeka and Split. Rijeka with the home price decrease of 0.3 per cent has brought the cost of the square meter down to 1318 Eur, while in the city of Split prices fell by 5.5 percent and amounted to 1893 Euros.A house, detached, nearby Primošten with a pool. Close to Split International Airport. For more information visit The Split Real Estate.However, despite the rise in prices in some cities, houses are still more favorable than in previous years. In general, the biggest drop recorded Zadar, then Dubrovnik and Split .