Croatia Country Information and Property Purchase

Croatia in Central and Southeastern Europe:

Bordered to the north by Hungary and Slovenia, to the east by Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Croatia has a long, narrowing south coastline on the Adriatic with the ports of Rijeka, Pula, Zadar, Sibenik, Split and Dubrovnik. Croatia has about 1,246 islands, of which only a few are inhabited. Croatia is in the EU.

Population Croatia: approx. 4,200,000

Capital of Croatia: Zagreb

National currency Croatia: Kuna = HRK

VAT in Croatia: 25%

Buying property in Croatia

- Inspection and inspection of the land register
- preliminary contract with down payment: max. 20%

Data - Agreements, which are also included in the purchase contract:

- Name, address, tax and passport number buyer and seller
- Data of the property such as cadastral number, area information etc.
- Purchase price with payment arrangements
- Account number seller and payment time buyer
- Date handover, buyer acceptance
- Any special arrangements

Documents for buying property in Croatia:

- valid passport or ID card of the buyer and seller
- OIB Tax Code Buyer and Seller
- current land register excerpt - seller
- proof that the property is not encumbered - seller
- Energy pass - seller

Purchase Costs in Croatia:

- Real estate transfer tax: 4%, not applicable to company purchase
- brokerage commission: 3 - 5%
- Notary fees: depending on the effort
- Property tax per year: 1.50 euros per square meter of living space.
- possibly lawyer: max. 2%
- possibly translation costs

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