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Asking Prices For Croatian Homes Drop 3.1% In 2012

Asking prices for homes in Croatia dropped 3.1% in 2012, reports CentarNekretnina. Asking prices for homes in the capital Zagreb were down 0.1% in December compared with the previous month, and down 3.5% for the year as demand constantly waivers.

The average asking price for an apartment in Zagreb in December was 1,665 euros per square metre. It was not just the capital which experienced a drop in asking prices. Asking prices on Croatia’s Adriatic coast have also declined. The average asking price for a home on the coast in December was 1,617 euro per square metre, with the average asking price for an apartment on the coast 2,000 euros per square metre.

The most expensive real estate on the coast is still in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, with the average asking prices in December 2,857 per square metre. The cheapest county was the Lika-Senj County, with the average asking price at 1,605 euros per square metre.

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