In August, most tourists come from Germany, Croatia and Slovenia

first_imgPhoto: Solana Nin Germany remains our main emitting market Gledajući po destinacijama, u dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza najviše je dolazaka ostvareno u Rovinju, Poreču, Splitu, Medulinu, Crikvenici, Dubrovniku, Umagu, Zadru, Puli i Novalji. U dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza najviše je turističkih dolazaka ostvareno s tržišta Njemačke, njih oko 392 tisuće što u odnosu na isto razdoblje lani predstavlja rast od 1 posto. Prema prvim preliminarnim podacima sustava eVisitor, koji sadrži turistički promet ostvaren u komercijalnom i nekomercijalnom segmentu te nautičkom charteru, u Hrvatskoj je u dosadašnjem dijelu kolovoza (od 1. do 16. kolovoza) ostvareno oko 1,8 milijun dolazaka i 12,9 milijuna noćenja, što je gotovo 70 posto lanjskog rezultata ostvarenog u istom razdoblju u pogledu pokazatelja turističkih noćenja.center_img The highest number of overnight stays in the same period was realized in Istria (3,2 million overnight stays), Kvarner (2,6 million overnight stays), Split-Dalmatia (2,4 million overnight stays), Zadar (2,3 million overnight stays), Šibenik-Dalmatia Knin (1 million overnight stays), Dubrovnik-Neretva County (716 thousand) and Lika-Senj County (475 thousand).   During the last weekend (from 14 to 16 August), more than 312 thousand arrivals and almost 2,2 million overnight stays were realized in Croatia. Zatim slijedi domaće tržište s kojeg je ostvareno 294 tisuće dolazaka što predstavlja rast od 22 posto u odnosu na isti period lani, tržište Slovenije s kojeg je ostvarena 221 tisuća dolazaka, što predstavlja rast od 6 posto te tržište Poljske s kojeg je ostvareno 193 tisuće dolazaka što predstavlja rast od 9 posto u odnosu na isto razdoblje lani. Nakon Poljske slijedi Češka sa 111 tisuća dolazaka (94% lanjskog rezultata) te Austrija sa približno 97 tisuća dolazaka (55% lanjskog rezultata).last_img read more

Home Prices Jump 136 in October

first_imgprice,Home Prices Jump 13.6% in October in Data Share Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Home Prices Investors Lenders & Servicers S&P/Case Shiller Home Price Indices Service Providers 2013-12-31 Tory Barringercenter_img Home prices rose annually for the 17th straight month in October, achieving their highest yearly gain in nearly eight years, according to the “”S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices””:http://us.spindices.com/index-family/real-estate/sp-case-shiller released Tuesday.[IMAGE]Both the 10- and 20-city composite indices saw annual increases of 13.6 percent in October–the largest year-over-year growth since February 2006. As of the end of the month, average home prices nationwide had recovered to mid-2004 levels; compared to their mid-2006 peaks, both composites were still down about 20 percent.Thirteen out of the 20 cities tracked in the report posted double-digit annual improvements, though the increases [COLUMN_BREAK]have slowed in some of the top-performing markets, including Las Vegas, San Diego, and San Francisco. At the same time, cities that have struggled by comparison–Cleveland, New York, and Washington, D.C., for instance–are now experiencing accelerated growth.Some of October’s most notable numbers came from Chicago, which posted its highest annual price increase since 1988 at 10.9 percent, and from Charlotte and Dallas, which recorded increases of 8.8 percent and 9.7 percent, respectively–their highest rate of improvement since the creation of their indices in 1987 and 2000.Still, while annual returns remain strong, “”monthly numbers show we are living on borrowed time and the boom is fading,”” said David M. Blitzer, chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices.On a monthly basis, both composites saw a gain of 0.2 percent in October. Only ten cities experienced growth compared to September, and most of those markets reported a slowdown. Going forward, most indicators seem to point to a continuation of that trend.””Other housing data paint a mixed picture suggesting that we may be close to the peak gains in prices. However, other economic data point to somewhat faster growth in the new year,”” Blitzer said. “”Most forecasts for home prices point to single digit growth in 2014.”” December 31, 2013 419 Views last_img read more