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Frequently Asked Questions

The real estate sales tax is paid at the rate of 3% by the buyer.
After the conclusion of the contract on the purchase and sale of the real estate, the buyer is obliged to submit the tax return to the competent tax administration within thirty days from the date of conclusion of the contract on the purchase and sale of real estate. The buyer is obliged to pay tax within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the decision of the competent tax administration, and default interest is charged for late payment.
The pre-contract precedes the main purchase contract and defines the conditions for concluding the purchase of the property; it confirms the price of the property, the structure of payment, the latest date by which the final contract should be signed and other conditions that should be fulfilled until the signing of the final contract. Most importantly, it lists penalties for the buyer and seller, if they decide to withdraw from the transaction. In the event of withdrawal, the seller should pay the buyer a double deposit, while the buyer loses theirs. The buyer makes a deposit at the signing of the pre-contract, which as a rule amounts to 10% of the total value of the property.
Since 2009, EU citizens are free to buy real estate in Croatia, except in the case of agricultural land. If you are not an EU citizen, the rules vary depending on the country you come from. Nationals of countries that have signed a reciprocity agreement with Croatia can buy real estate in Croatia as long as they have the consent of the Ministry of Justice, which takes 2 to 6 months. Nationals of countries that have not signed a reciprocity agreement with Croatia cannot buy real estate as natural persons, but can start a company in Croatia and make purchases through the company. However, EU citizens cannot own agricultural land in Croatia, but may buy it through a Croatian company.
For real estate transactions, a title deed and a copy of the cadastral plan are required, and it is desirable to obtain urban conditions or an excerpt from the spatial plan from which it is evident what is foreseen for the subject location (if it is land) and location or building permit.
The seller of the property is subject to income tax only if they sell at a price higher than the purchase property they bought within three years. At that time, they are obliged to pay 35% tax on the difference between the purchase and sale price of the real estate, plus the surtax that is different, depending on the part of Croatia in which the taxpayer resides. According to the VAT Act, when buying newly built real estate, construction land is taxed at a rate of 5%, while the building value of the building is subject to value added tax in the amount of 22% of the production price of the real estate.
Estimating the market value of the property is not only determining the construction value of the same, but also involves checking the legal status, i.e. comparing the data in the ownership and spatial documentation with the state of nature, i.e. the identification of the facility.
The seller must certify the signature of the sales contract with a notary public, and the buyer can do this, but does not have to.

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