Croatia became a member state of the European Union in 2013 and Croatian real estate prices have been growing ever since. During last year (2019) they increased by almost 10%. In the light of the expected swift accession of Croatia to the Schengen area and its interest in joining the eurozone further progressive growth of real estate prices is anticipated.
Investment property still represents one of the safest options for hedging capital against inflation. Moreover, in the case of renting out real estate to third parties it offers a quick return on investment.