The average price of newly built residential properties in the first half of 2021 was 13,385 kuna (1,787) per square meter, or 4.4 percent up from the same period in 2020, state agency Hina reported on Thursday, citing data released by the state statistics bureau DZS.
In the capital Zagreb the average price is higher, at HRK 14,127 (€1,886) per square meter, or 1.2 percent up year-on-year, whereas the average price in the rest of the country has increased by 9.6 percent to 12,347 kuna (€1,648).
The average price for subsidised housing (so-called “POS flats”) was 7,499 kuna (€1,000) per square meter, or 8.7 percent down from a year ago.
During the first six months of thus year 2,365 new flats have been purchased in the country, including 1,409 in Zagreb and 956 elsewhere around the country.
(€1 = 7.49 kuna)