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Investing in Croatia and Montenegro

Croatia property.

Hot summers and mild winters, extraordinary scenery  and first class travel destination ensure that Croatia's Dalmatian coast and inland are gaining its popularity. Combine all this with a relatively low cost of living, a relaxed “Mediterranean” way of life with famous 'siestas and fiestas' and upcoming EU membership in July 2013, and you wonder why anyone would buy a property anywhere else! The politics regarding foreign investment is friendly and transparent, investors are still more than welcome.


Montenegro belongs to Middle Mediteranean, or South Europe. On the north it borders with Ex Yugoslavia, on southeast with Kosovo and Albania, and on the west the neighbours are Croatia and Bosna & Herzegovina.

The official currency is EURO (€). The majority of all shops, petrol stations, restaurants and common tourist places accept credit cards. In all the cities there are ATM s where you can freely raise your money.

Foreign companies in Montenegro are guaranteed equal legal treatment as local ones. Foreign investor can operate in Montenegro either as a legal entity or as a natural person. The term “foreign investor” applies to a company that has been set up in Montenegro by a foreigner, or foreign legal entity, whose share of investment capital is higher than 25 % of total capital invested. There is no limit on the amount of capital invested in Montenegro.

Foreign investors are encouraged to invest freely within any industry and to transfer all assets, including profits and dividends.  Foreign investors can acquire rights to real estate, such as comercial property, office space, residental space or construction land. All major insurance companies around the globe insure investment projects in Montenegro.

For all the info regarding realestate our team is on your disposal. Discretion and professionalism will be our moto and finding the plot or villa that matches your desires and needs and business plan is our goal. Come and join us in the quest.



Why Should You Consider Croatia?

“A flotilla of dazzling white yachts glides into a sheltered cove. The put-put-put of their motors is no competition for the evening choir of cicadas. The whiteness of the yachts seems startling, a vivid contrast to the sea’s hypnotic palette of blues and turquoises…the deep orange roof tiles of a thousand-year-old town…the green pine woods beyond. We could not be more passionate about Croatia, our latest discovery. Although many people know very little about it, this small maritime country at the heart of Europe offers you the chance to discover the closest thing to the Mediterranean of years gone by. Unspoiled, relaxed, beautiful, and safe, Croatia is one of Europe’s loveliest treasures. Everything a homebuyer is looking for can be found right here: crystal-clear seas, timeless fishing villages and unspoiled beaches, Roman ruins, a pristine lake district, and medieval walled cities. Every twist and turn of the coastline serves up grandstand views of secret coves, little harbors, and calm turquoise waters. Out in the Adriatic Sea, a galaxy of islands–1,185 of them–shimmer like a cache of emeralds. The French legend Jacques Cousteau, esteemed biologist and oceanographer, once described Croatia’s waters as the cleanest and clearest in the world. When you come here, you simply must take a boat and go out into the Adriatic–you’ll be astounded at how far down into the depths you can see. Adriatic property prices are what you could find on the Mediterranean a generation or so ago…

Although prices have been increasing in recent years, it’s still not too late to buy. Prices are way below the European average. When compared with many other European vacation destinations, real estate agents are right in claiming that the Dalmatian coastline still has significant growth potential. It’s hardly surprising, then, that this little gem of a country is experiencing something of an investor feeding frenzy. Now could be an ideal time to snap up a Croatian property, as it seems most unlikely that prices will fall…”