The Croatian property rush of 2004 saw a surge in real estate sales on the Adriatic coast, as foreign investors poured in to buy up land and stone ruins.  Prices more than doubled in less than a year in some cases, and local house owners benefited from the sudden interest.

The global crisis has seen a sense of normality return to the market, and now is a good time to buy, but the process is far from straightforward.  Find out more in this section, as well as help with property registration, rental licences, finding a reputable builder and more.

11 Aug 2012, 08:41 AM

How to stamp official documents on Hvar

09 Aug 2012, 22:26 PM

The Cadastar website has been updated since this article was written. For instructions in English on how to use the new version, click here. (Instructions updated in November 2016)

23 Feb 2014, 15:37 PM

ARKOD (Agencija za plaćanja u poljoprivredi, ribarstvu i ruralnom razvoju) has been collating and mapping information about agricultural land for several years. The maps are accessible through the ARKOD website.

20 Feb 2014, 22:21 PM

The requirements for renting out an apartment, based on the list the regulating authorities use as the basis for assessing the category (star rating) for the accommodation. 

20 Feb 2014, 21:38 PM

An overview of your obligations when you rent out your property.

01 Jun 2013, 21:00 PM

CHECKLIST of possible charges. There are variations in how local Councils apply the charges, and some fees may not be applied to your property, depending on where you live. 

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