The average price per square metre for a house in the Croatian capital Zagreb has dropped by 82 euros, whilst in the Dalmatian city of Split it has jumped 656 euros in the last two years. In September this year the average sought after price per square metre in Zagreb was 1,482 euros, and in Split 2,344 euros.
House prices have dropped 5.2% since 2010 in Zagreb, whilst in Split they have increased by a huge 38.9 %, according to statistics from real estate portal crozilla.com.
House prices were in general still cheaper than apartment prices, with a 6% difference on average in the capital and a massive 29 % in the eastern city of Osijek.
Split, Pula and Dubrovnik were all towns where house prices were higher than apartments. There was a 5.7% difference in Split, a 8.5% in Pula and an 11.7% difference between the two prices.