With more coastline than any other European country, Croatia hides some of the most exquisite real estate in the world—at some of the lowest prices. A powerful trend is under way. Tourists are returning. Property prices are rising. The future looks bright. Now is the time to pay attention to this market, where you could double or triple the value of your real estate investment dollars in a short amount of time. The long term could be even more promising.
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