Thursday, 20. June 2013 - 03:06
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The western town of Pula has seen the biggest drop in real estate prices in Croatia over the past year, according to Crozilla.com.
The information portal said it based its conclusions by comparing the advertised prices of apartments in all of Croatia’s major cities.
Between August 2011 and August 2012, flats in Pula were sold at an average 3.9% lower price.
The average asking price fell to 1,402 Euros per square meter.
The average price asked per square meter in Rijeka was 1,467 Euros, in Zagreb 1,731 Euros, and in Split 2,092 Euros.
Across Croatia prices fell by about one percent between August 2011 and August 2012, compared to 4.4 percent in August 2010, 10 percent in the same month of 2009 and as much as 15 percent compared to August 2008.
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