House Price Change 5 Years in Croatia compared to Europe

The tax levied on the average annual income on a rental apartment/property in the country based on a gross rental income of $1500/month. We assume that the property is owned by nonresidents. These tax rates might be subject to deductions (e.g from interest payments, costs).

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Turkey 467.26%
Slovak Rep. 93.44%
Portugal 88.39%
Czech Rep. 83.54%
Russia 77.65%
Lithuania 67.52%
Estonia 65.91%
Iceland 65.64%
Netherlands 63.13%
Luxembourg 61.03%
Germany 59.02%
Slovenia 56.76%
Croatia 52.59%
Poland 47.95%
Romania 46.60%
Hungary 45.64%
Bulgaria 45.25%
Austria 44.58%
Greece 40.52%
Macedonia 38.36%
Ireland 35.43%
Sweden 34.15%
Belgium 31.69%
UK 29.04%
Malta 29.03%
France 28.13%
Norway 28.00%
Denmark 25.23%
Latvia 24.97%
Spain 23.70%
Montenegro 15.50%
Finland 14.98%
Cyprus 12.21%
Switzerland 1.23%
Ukraine 0.45%
Italy -1.47%

Croatia produces a semi-annual house price index. House price data and general economics statistics can be obtained from the Croatian Bureau of Statistics. Centar Nekretnina, a private real estate website, publishes monthly data on average price of flats.