Wednesday November 25, 2020

Investors develop taste for Zagreb’s booming market

The Croatian capital Zagreb has been overlooked by overseas investors, but that may be set to change, writes Graham Norwood.

14th June, 2008

The Croatian capital Zagreb has been overlooked by overseas investors, but that may be set to change, writes Graham Norwood.

Buy-to-let apartments from only €65,500 are instantly appealing.

Put them in a fast-emerging central European market and the deal looks better still. So, even in these straitened times, it may be worth investors considering Zagreb.

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