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How much are customers willing to pay for the property on the Adriatic and which Croatian counties are in most demand?Foreigners are showing increasing interest in the Croatian real estate, considering that prices in Croatia are still seldom lower than in the countries from which they come. According to Eurostat data for the first quarter of 2014 year.; At the annual level, the decline in residential property prices in Croatia amounted to -9,7%, followed by Slovenia with a decline of -6.6% and Cyprus with a fall of -5.75. At the level of the Eurozone, real estate prices in the year were down 0.3%, while in the whole of the European Union increased by 1.0%. In the first quarter, real estate prices in the Eurozone fell by 0.3%, while in the European Union increased by 0.2%.Most Popular real estate on the Adriatic: According to the information from real estate advertising Crozilla.com portal, there were two cities which recorded the increase in prices for flats, in June. Those were Pula and Zadar, where the average asking price compared to May increased by 39 euros and amounted to 1,940 euros per square meter. It is Zadar (thanks to good transport connections) the most wanted area on the Croatian Adriatic Coast when it comes to foreign demand, especially Germans, Austrians and Swiss prefer it. In Zadar County potential foreign buyers were willing to pay the highest amount for the purchase of residential real estate: For apartments between 70 and 80 square meters they may pay up to 220,700.00 Euros on average. Majority are looking for locations along the coast. In Zadar surrounding area there is deficiency in small villas, with a swimming pool, which are in demand the most and sale the best, they are favored by foreign buyers.Average prices for apartments 2014
CITYPrices in May(EUR)Prices in June(EUR)Monthly change(%)
Pula
1169
1173
3,6
Rijeka
1387
1383
-0,3
Zadar
1901
1940
2,1
Split
2134
2061
-3,4
Šibenik
1452
1452
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