Schedule of fees
The agency acts as intermediate and charges its clients a brokerage fee which is defined as a percentage of the sale/purchase/lease price. All fees are stipulated in the brokerage agreement signed between the local agency and the client at the time of property viewing. The fees are negotiable for higher amounts. Please contact us for details.
Clients obligation towards agency is 2% of agreed sales price plus Croatian VAT (23%).
The agency fee represents a percentage off the purchase price. We charge s basic commission of 3% +VAT. The fee is negotiable for higher amounts. Min commission amount - 1.000,00 EUR
Sale/purchase fee includes:
- viewing of the property within the city limits, or up to 25 km from our nearest regional office
(additional charges will apply for locations outside the radius of 25 km)
- withdrawal of legal documentation and title check
- photographing of the real estate and recording the material on CD-s or other media
- full legal support during the sale/purchase transaction
- assistance in payment transaction, bank account opening etc.
- registration of your property at the relevant land register
Although the local agency can offer a full legal support, the clients are strongly advised to hire a local English speaking solicitor who will represent the buyer before land court and relevant registrars.
When trading, the fee is collected from both parties and the percentage is same as sales fee.
We arrange this service only to our contractual clients with intention to purchase property in Croatia. The cost to set up a Limited Liability Corporation in Croatia is app. 1.500,00 EUR (VAT included), plus the mandatory starting capital of 20.000,00 HRK (app. 2.800,00 EUR).
This amount varies according to exchange rate of HRK to EUR. The amount of starting capital remains at your disposal as a company account balance and can be spent at will once the incorporation procedure is completed. All paperwork and representation are done by professional solicitors.
Incorporation price includes:
- Solicitor's fee
- Incorporation agreement
- Cost of notarization
- Court appointed translator assistance
- Registration fees
- Ads in the Official Gazette and Daily newspaper (compulsory)
- 2 corporate seals
- Courier service cost