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Who Will Profit Most from New GUP?

Investors, project designers and construction companies appear to have all gotten what they wanted from the new Urban Development Master Plan (GUP) – the opportunity to build throughout Zagreb in a much less constricted way. The paper lists the...

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Controversy over Tenancy Rights Continues


President Mesic disagrees with PM Sanader's stance that the issue of tenancy rights for Serbs returning from exile is resolved and will not be reopened again. Both Mesic and Serb representatives are dissatisfied with the Government position - that...

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Government Selling Prime Property


The Government is reportedly looking into selling a few buildings that house State institutions in Zagreb in order to pay for the construction of a new Government complex by Sava River. The move would raise not only the tourist value of the Upper town...

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Montenegro Property More Interesting than Dubrovnik


As the extraordinary prices being fetched for property and land in Dubrovnik continue to soar, those unable to meet such prices are venturing south into Montenegro where coastal property is much cheaper.

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Dalmatian Property Market in Limbo


Foreign investors have been put off investing in property development in Dalmatia because securing ownership of land for such investment is near to impossible.

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Croatian Property Too Expensive for British Buyers


The paper reports that the Croatian property market has become too expensive compared with parts of Italy, Spain and France. The many British nationals who have either bought or are hoping to buy real estate in Croatia find the price of property to be...

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Reciprocity on real estate


ZAGREB -- Slovenia has urged Croatia to allow Slovenians to acquire ownership right on property there.It called on Croatia to keep its real estate politics in line with the stabilization and association agreement with the EU in which Croatia pledged it...

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Demolition of Illegal Construction Continues


The demolition of illegally built structures will continue on Rab, Pag and Kornati islands, according to the Minister of Environmental Protection, Urban Planning and Construction. The Minister also rejected the possibility of building mega hotel...

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Istrian Real Estate Only to IDS


IDS has been accused of "selling and often giving away land [in Istria] to its members, supporters and business partners". IDS leaders claim the irregularities concerning the sale of land in Istria are "negligible".

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Slovenia Wants Access to Real Estate Market


The Slovenian Foreign Ministry claims that on 28 June it informed Croatia through diplomatic channels that Slovenia now allows the purchase of real estate to Croatian citizens. This means that the reciprocity principle can apply and allow the same...

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Italians Can Buy Real Estate


Croatia will seemingly end the crisis in bilateral relations with Italy on Wednesday when it formally acknowledges that Croatian citizens face no obstacles buying real estate in Italy and announces that the principle of reciprocity will be implemented...

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Verdicts in Sale of Serb Houses


Justice of the Knin Municipal Court recently issued two verdicts in the cases of exiled Serbs vs. Croatia concerning the exiles' property. The cases are a part of a number of litigations concerning the sale of houses of exiled Serbs with the false...

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Coastal Development Plans rapacious


JUTARNJI LIST reports that, when all the new local urban development plans of municipalities along the Adriatic coast are added up, the planned new construction will almost equal everything that has been built in the area since the dawn of history....

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Buy-to-Let Hotel in Novi Vinodolski


The British-based real estate agent Winkworth has received the exclusive right to sell the 336 luxury apartments recently build on the Novi Vinodolski coastline. The apartments will be offered for sale on a "buy-to-let" basis. Former...

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Italians Free to Purchase Croatian Property


Croatia and Italy have finally cleared up the misunderstanding over the access of citizens of one country to property in the other country. State Secretary Biscevic and Undersecretary at the Italian Foreign Ministry Crucianelli met in Rome and...

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Opatija Beaches Sold?


Beachfront property, including sea front property in the center of Opatija and nearby Lovran, has been sold to an unknown buyer for EUR 3.5 million. However, municipal authorities in Opatija claim that the sale of the beaches is illegal according to...

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Prodi on Discrimination of Italians


Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi will reportedly soon send PM Sanader a letter expressing concern that the issue of allowing Italian citizens access to the Croatian real estate market is still unresolved. Croatia maintains that it cannot allow free...

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New Rules for Construction Industry


Easy profit has stimulated many entrepreneurs to turn to the construction industry. Hundreds of companies in the field are not up to the job, however. Recently introduced new rules for the construction industry should introduce order and increase...

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Housing Shortage Persists


More building licenses than ever are being issued, yet a housing shortage persists; property prices are sky-high, but the Croatian public lacks the liquidity to afford the average price.

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Foreigners Looking For Vacation Property In Bulgaria


West Europeans having enough resources to invest in vacation home were looking for opportunities abroad, mainly in countries like Bulgaria, Croatia and Morocco, a Newsweek article named Room With a View said. Countries like France and Spain have...

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Top Adriatic Properties on Sale


Historic properties are fetching top prices from an international clientele who expect a return on their investment after Croatia joins the EU.

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