Following the relaxation of property-buying laws in Croatia, Brits may be interested to read that house prices in the country are stable and set to fall.
Those considering buying a property in Croatia can expect to see prices drop in the near future, Meri Matesic, director of the Croatian National Tourist Office for the UK and Ireland, has said.
According to Matesic prices of Croatian property have already experienced a small reduction since the beginning of the year, making the market potentially more attractive for potential buyers.
"The market is still stable and real estate agents are expecting the prices to fall approximately ten per cent in the coming period," she added.
Earlier this month, Andrea Marston of Investment Group Croatia told the Independent that sellers in the country are reducing the property prices as buyer numbers dwindle amid the economic turmoil.
"British vendors in particular can afford to drop as they're still better off when they convert their money into sterling. So it's worth negotiating," Marston told the publication.