Croatia, Pag - House, first row to the sea, by the beach.

Ref. : 2021/257 - House / Villa - For Sale
Selling price: 950.000 €
Living space: 313 Land space: 1750 Rooms: 11 Bathrooms: 6 Distance from sea: 5 m
Number of floors: 3
Description:
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
  • It has an Energy Certificate

House, first row to the sea, by the beach.

The property is entirely south oriented with a sandy beach in front of it where there is a berth and a garage for a boat.

In its area of ​​313 m2 it is located on a large plot of 1750 m2 and spreads over 3 floors:

- On the ground floor there are two apartments, each with its own terraces;

- On the 1st floor there are two other apartments also with terraces;

- On the 2nd floor also two apartments with terraces with a fantastic sea view;

All 6 apartments are equipped and categorized for tourism.

On a large garden full of Mediterranean plants there is an auxiliary building (guest house) with a one bedroom apartment and its terrace facing the sea, a summer kitchen with a pergola designed as a place for gastronomic gatherings, and a garage of 16 m2.

Location description
Pag
Pag (pronounced [pâːɡ]; Latin: Pagus, Italian: Pago, German: Baag) is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea. It is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast, and the one with the longest coastline. In the 2011 census, the population of the island was 9,059.[1] There are two towns on the island, Pag and Novalja, as well as many smaller villages and tourist places. Pag is the only Croatian island that is administratively divided between two counties. Its northern part belongs to Lika-Senj County, while the central and southern parts belong to Zadar County. Click for more
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1. Can foreign nationals buy real estate in Croatia?

Foreign nationals belonging to EU Member States can purchase real estate in the same way as Croatian nationals. Foreign nationals belonging to non-EU countries can purchase real estate in Croatia with cumulatively fulfilled two conditions: reciprocity agreement with the Republic of Croatia and consent of the Ministry of Justice.

2. What is the real estate tax in the Republic of Croatia?

The Republic of Croatia has a unique real estate tax rate of 3%. The amount of tax is determined on the basis of the price from the contract of sale and the assessment of the competent tax administration. According to the law, the buyer pays tax on the received solution only once.

3. What is the tax on real estate swap?

The tax is also 3%, so each property owner pays 3% of the estimated value of the property for the new property when swapping.

4. In what time span real estate sales tax must be paid?

The tax liability arises at the time of the conclusion of the contract or other legal transaction that acquires the real estate. The notary is obliged to submit one copy of the document to the Tax Administration within 30 days from the signature on the sale documents. The taxpayer is obliged to pay the determined tax within 15 days from the delivery of the decision on determining the real estate sales tax.

5. What is a down payment and how much is it?

A down payment is an insurance that the buyer pays to the seller as a sign that the contract has been concluded and a certainty that the obligation will be fulfilled. In practice, the down payment is given on the Pre-contract and is usually 10% of the agreed purchase price. In case of fulfillment of the contract, the down payment is calculated in the total amount of the agreed purchase price.

6. Can the amount of real estate purchase be paid in foreign currency?

In principle, no. Every sale in the Republic of Croatia must be paid in HRK. If a foreign currency payment is made, the bank will convert to HRK.

7. Is it possible to conclude and certify a contract of real estate sale abroad?

Yes, if it is a citizen of the Republic of Croatia then it is best to certify the contract with our diplomatic mission. If it is a foreign national then with the notarization of the purchase contract with a public notary, the Apostille of public document issued in that state is required.