Prices of New Flats Rise 4.7%

Total Croatia News

ZAGREB, September 23, 2018 – The average price of a new flat’s square metre in Croatia in the first half of 2018 was 10,829 kuna (approximately 1,460 euro), up 4.7% on the year, according to the national statistical office.

The average price in Zagreb was 12,397 kuna per square metre, up 6.4% on the year, while elsewhere in the country it was 9,785 kuna (+2.8%).

The average price of a new flat sold by companies or other legal persons, outside the government-subsidised housing programme (POS), was 11,301 kuna per square metre (+2.5). In Zagreb, the price went up by 5.6% to 12,429 kuna per square metre and elsewhere in Croatia by 0.44% to 10.360 kuna.

The average price of a POS flat was 7,584 kuna, down 6.6% from the first half of 2017. In Zagreb, the price dropped by 4.6% to 7,813 kuna and elsewhere in the country by 6.6% to 7,579 kuna.

In the first half of 2018, 1,310 new flats were sold, including 500 in Zagreb. Of these, 173 were POS flats, while 1,137 were sold by companies or other legal entities.


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