Homes & property in the rural countryside of inland Croatia
Homes, property sales and services in the countryside of rural inland Croatia.
We specialise in finding countryside property in the beautiful rural region of inland northern Croatia. We offer land plots, weekend houses, homes in a village setting, leafy suburban residences, building plots for self-build enthusiasts, ruins, renovation projects, lonely homes far from anywhere... everything for people who have a dream of country living, full or part-time.
As is the case of buying property in any country, there are some rules you need to know and some pitfalls which are best avoided. Our information pages will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the important aspects of buying real estate in this beautiful region of Croatia.
We help people find the right property at a very affordable cost and, if you wish, we take care of your investment by making regular visits to keep everything in order, inside and out, if you are away for extended periods. Check out our "SleepEasy" housekeeping programme.
We are regularly called upon to fix small problems, a leaky tap, replacing light bulbs, blocked sink etc., It's all part of the service. Indeed, we often oversee major works (new roof, replacement windows, building projects etc.) on behalf of our clients. It can all be done, no matter if you prefer to be present or instruct us from afar.
All our properties are advertised only after we have investigated their documentation and audit trail with great care. If you are buying anywhere in Croatia, not through our service, we offer a comprehensive report into your chosen property using the same investigation thoroughness we use for our own protection. It is vital to know what you are getting into before you start spending money on legal processes or paying a deposit. For more details, click on "Investigations". For less than £100, it will be money well spent.
Of course, buying property in a foreign country where the language of officialdom can be a daunting prospect, we help here too. Our Croatian staff understand the requirements of foreign buyers and have worked with due diligence on many occasions to get all the legal documentation completed correctly. With our help, the legal processes can be navigated without stress.
We are available to help you with everything you need to know - no pressure, no commitment, no sales pitch! Just email us, contact us through facebook or simply pick up the phone.
Ref: 0803 - Attractive land with large building on country lane.
Over 9,500 sq. metres of mostly building land with a large existing farm house located within about half an hour from Zagreb airport. All for a little over €21,000 means this another excellent renovation opportunity or a good investment.
The best built house in our portfolio has just been reduced in price - dramatically! This huge designer home in lovely surroundings must be sold and as quickly as possible. There will never be a bigger bargain.
Febuary 7th 2017.
BREXIT and Croatia.
We expected interest from the UK to nosedive, however, nothing much has changed. As spring approaches in Croatia, the seasonal rush has started and we hope to bring a raft of new properties to market by the end of April.
Property ownership and residence in Croatia was not dramatically affected when the country joined the EU and the existing provisions will enable UK citizens (after Brexit) to buy and/or live here as before.
Later than usual, the winter snows have arrived in our region. The whole place is covered by a thick white blanket of fine powdery snow thus transforming the county into a beautiful and bright scene. If you like "proper" seasons, you'll see them here. Here's a short YouTube video of the old castle at Varazdin to give you a taster....
January 12th 2017.
New banking laws will come into force by 1st Feb this year. It's all part of the harmonisation of banking rules throughout the EU. If you have a Croatian business bank account, perhaps for ownership of property, then you must complete a questionnaire (provided by your bank) and return it by the end of January. One effect will be to ease the process for Croatian courts to recover debts from people who are resident in the EU but outside of Croatia.