Real Estate Agents in Croatia

Find Real Estate Agents in Croatia

Relocating and moving to Croatia? Croatia is one of Europe’s youngest countries. Expats relocating to Croatia will find a geographically diverse country. Most expats in Croatia live in the capital, Zagreb, or in Split. However, with the continual growth of the country's tourism industry, there are more and more people who move to Croatia to set up businesses along the coast. Croatia consists of 20 different counties, which include more than 124 cities. The capital, Zagreb, forms a county of its own. It also houses Croatia’s biggest expat community, although you can find quite a few expats in other major cities, especially Rijeka, and the coastal region, particularly on or near the Istrian Peninsula. To find a rental property in Croatia can be a struggle, as the average expat wants to rent a house or apartment only for a few years and then relocate again without too much hassle. The long-term rental market for expats (not holiday housing) is comparatively small and mostly limited to large cities like Zagreb, Dubrovnik, or Split. To find accommodation: There are various ways to find accommodation in Croatia. Rental agents and real estate agents in Zagreb, Dubrovnik or Split are the best starting point, either by meeting them in person to discuss your requirements, or browsing their available properties via their websites. There are plenty of options for you when searching for accommodation, from brand-new, modern apartments to more traditional houses. Housing can range from a studio apartment to a large villa. It is helpful to work out your budget and what size of accommodation is required well in advance so that your agent knows what to do. To put more emphasis on using a local real estate agent or relocation adviser in Croatia, your search for a local real estate agent that might even speak your language starts here on