Hartlepool, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- Overseas property portal Property Abroad expects an increase in interest in Croatia property from investors in the coming months, after the EU foreign affairs Committee's announced that negotiations with Croatia over its accession into the EU can be concluded in 2009. Les Calvert director of the portal said:
"Croatia emerged onto the scene during the boom years, and became big news in 2004-2005, when EU accession was being discussed, but then as prices had risen rapidly and disputes over borders with Slovenia hampered EU accession, new emerging markets [http://www.emerging-property.com/] like Estonia and Bulgaria, with lower prices and the same investment potential took over. It has always been expected that Croatian property prices would see another growth spurt upon and possibly even in the run-up to its EU accession -- expected in 2010â.
"This announced intention to complete negotiations from the EU side, at a time when EU accession is even more appealing -- if not necessary for Croatia -- and for the same reason, bargain properties can be found in Croatia, will undoubtedly have investors paying fresh attention to the Croatian market."
Property Abroad have some excellent properties in Croatia, including 2 bedroom apartments near Rogoznica from just Â£72,000. The development, comprising of 60 apartments spread between 7 buildings, is a short-walk from one of Croatia's finest beaches, as well as being in easy range of all amenities in Rogoznica, a main town. Perched on a hillside; the development benefits from excellent views of the surrounding area and coastline.
Equally attractive is the apartment development in Novigrad on the Idria peninsula, nick-named "the new Tuscany", offering 1 bedroom luxury apartments from Â£74,000. The villa style development is exclusive in the fact that only 5 apartments are available. One of the best things about this development is its location; it is a short walk away from the new marina and a gorgeous beach, as well as being just a 15 minute walk from Novigrad with its various shops, bars and restaurants.
Property Abroad have many other investment properties in Croatia, and throughout Europe, find out more by visiting the site.