Tranio conducted its eighth annual survey, analysing the investment and property purchasing patterns of Russian and CIS nationals abroad. The survey was primarily focussed on income property, looking at the top locations for investment, yield expectations, budgets, and preferred asset classes, as well as the general presence of Russian-speaking investors in local markets.
Croatia is home to some of Eastern Europe’s oldest academic institutions, the universities of Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik, which are attended by thousands of students from all over the world. Along with the high academic standards, the warm climate, relatively low costs of living, foreign citizens are also attracted by the nation’s warm hospitality and friendliness.
When purchasing a Croatian property, the buyer pays a 3% transfer tax.