By the end of January 2015 the largest price increase of apartments noted in Split - 2124 eur/sq.m. The rise of real estate prices in towns was 5.2%. However, in absolute terms, the most expensive real estate is still in Dubrovnik - 2899 eur/sq.m, which is only 0.1% higher than a month earlier.
In Rijeka, the average price of apartments was 1,378 eur/sq.m showing the same increase of 0.1%. Prices for apartments in Pula rose to 1,306 eur/sq.m (1.1%), Sibenik to 1411 eur/sq.m (0.9% in January). In Zadar marked increase up to 1,733 eur/sq.m (1.7%). The "square meter" mostly fell in Zagreb - by 0.8% to 1,562 eur.
The biggest price spread between the main types of real estate observed in Osijek. Apartments were more expensive than houses by 342 eur/sq.m (34.5%). In Zadar the difference was 213 eur/sq.m(12.3%), in Rijeka - 192 eur/sq.m (13.9%). Houses in Zagreb were cheaper than apartments by 294 eur/sq.m (18.8%). It is encouraging to note that real estate in Croatia
shows some recovery.