Property for sale in Croatia

Croatia properties for sale

Explore property for sale Croatia by searching real estate listings from owners, Croatian real estate agents, developers, and hotel owners. Whether you’re looking for land to build a new home or an investment opportunity, Croatia offers a variety of options. Search below to find property for sale Croatia 

Selling Croatian Property provides exposure to international buyers seeking holiday homes, relocation properties, second homes overseas, or investment opportunities. Consequently, our platform attracts visitors from the UK, USA, and Europe, allowing you to advertise your Croatian property listings effectively.

Land for Sale in Croatia

Use to find land for development in desirable locations such as Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb. You can enjoy stunning coastal views, proximity to cultural landmarks, and vibrant communities. Moreover, you can find land for sale near popular tourist attractions and dynamic cities.

Investing in Croatian Real Estate

Rental Income

If you are a nonresident earning rental income in Croatia, you are taxed at a flat rate of 20% on the gross rental income. Unfortunately, deductions are not allowed.

Investment Property Croatia

Capital Gains

Capital gains from property sales are taxed at a rate of 20% for nonresidents if the property is sold within three years of purchase. However, exemptions and deductions may apply, reducing the effective tax rate.


Inheritance tax is imposed at varying rates depending on the value of the estate and the relationship of the beneficiary to the deceased.


Croatian residents are taxed on their worldwide income, including income from property investments abroad.

For more information, the Croatian Bureau of Statistics provides independent statistics on various economic indicators.

Croatian Rural Properties for Sale

Recent sales in Croatia include:

  • A luxury villa in Dubrovnik
  • A countryside estate in Istria
  • Charming apartments in Split
  • Modern penthouses in Zagreb

Living in Croatia

The rental market in major Croatian cities and popular tourist areas can be competitive. Rental prices vary, but you should expect to pay a premium for central and scenic locations. The demand for rental properties is high due to the influx of tourists, expatriates, and investors.

Buying a House in Croatia

Property transaction costs in Croatia typically range from 7% to 10% of the property price. Buyers are responsible for these costs, which include real estate agent fees, notary fees, and registration fees. Real estate agent commissions are usually between 3% and 6% of the sales price, plus VAT. Notary fees and other closing costs vary but are often significant.

Dubrovnik Property

Dubrovnik, known for its stunning coastal views and historic landmarks, has a diverse real estate market. Therefore, property prices are highest in central districts like the Old Town.


Split, located on the Dalmatian Coast, is famous for its beautiful beaches and Roman architecture. It is a prime location for holiday homes and luxury properties.

Zagreb Real Estate

Zagreb offers stunning properties with breathtaking views of the city and historic architecture. It is a popular area for both residential and investment properties.

Istria Real Estate

Istria is renowned for its picturesque landscapes and charming villages. It offers a mix of luxury homes and rural estates.

More Areas Where Helps Sell Croatian Property

  • Zadar Real Estate Listings
  • Rijeka Real Estate Listings
  • Šibenik Real Estate Listings
  • Pula Real Estate Listings
  • Osijek Real Estate Listings
  • Varaždin Real Estate Listings
  • Makarska Real Estate Listings
  • Rovinj Real Estate Listings


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Buy property in Croatia by setting up a Croatian Company
The alternative way of buying property in Croatia is to set up a company and the company buys the property. Until 2009 this was the only way foreigners could make purchases so is quite usual. Setting up a company takes up to about 14 days, but despite that, you can still sign a pre-sale contract in anticipation of the company formation and involves your lawyer, a notary public and the commercial court to approve. The lawyer’s fees and those of the notary public will probably come to around 700 Euros and in addition, a deposit has to be made into the company bank account of 20,000 HRK (Local currency Kuna) which is currently about 2700 Euros. How to Buy Property in Croatia 

Croatia Facts

Capital: ZagrebGovernment Type: Presidential/parliamentary democracyCurrency: HRKPopulation: 4,475,611Total Area: 21,851 Square Miles56,594 Square Kilometers Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Bosnia and Herzegovina and SloveniaLanguage: Croatian 96%, other 4% (including Italian, Hungarian, Czech, Slovak, and German)
Languages Croatian 96%, other 4% (including Italian, Hungarian, Czech, Slovak, and German). The Croatian language has thirty letters, each with a distinct sound.

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