Property Investors Interested in Croatia's Most Remote Islands

By 14 March 2019

Property and real estate investors have their eyes on some of Croatia's most far flung islands, and projects up their sleeves which could boost the economy, creating jobs and bringing in revenue.

As Morski writes on the 14th of March, 2019, six Croatian companies, members of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce's (HGK) real estate business association, are exhibiting at MIPIM, the largest property investment fair which is being held from the 12th to the 15th of March in Cannes, France.

Alma House from Pula, Broker Group, 21. Real estate & tourism century and Cio Real Estate from Split, Renova Real Estate and Spiller Farmer from Zagreb presented their projects to more than 5,400 investors and 26,000 visitors from across 100 countries worldwide, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce reported.

''For four years in a row, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce has been enabling real estate agents to present investment projects from Croatia at this, the largest real estate fair. There's huge interest for tourism projects as well as for infrastructure and logistics projects,'' said HGK's Vlatko Mrvoš.

Srđan Javorčić from Cio Real Estate said that numerous contacts made at the fair will revive investment even more in the domestic real estate sector. "What would further boost investment activity is the introduction of so-called" "Golden visas" which is already a known concept in EU countries, that would make things easier for investors to operate in Croatia,'' Javorčić emphasised.

"There's a clear interest in the development of high tourism on our remote islands, which hasn't been a practice until now," said Meri Vulić from Broker Group.

''Quality projects presented at this fair which could result in significant financial investments and job creation are in the interest of us all,'' said Hrvoje Paver of HGK.

Since this is the 30th MIPIM, Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary General, held its inauguration ceremony by highlighting the importance of preserving the environment in which we live: "There's no Plan B for the life of mankind and the environment, because there's no Planet B. We have to respect the environment we live in," Ban Ki-moon stated.

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