The Montenegrin real estate market featured a variety of property types, including beachfront apartments, historic townhouses, and rural homes in the mountains. Prices varied significantly depending on the location, condition, and type of property.
Montenegro generally welcomed foreign investors and property buyers. Non-residents could buy real estate with relatively few restrictions. In coastal areas, property prices had been steadily increasing, but they were still relatively affordable compared to many other Mediterranean destinations. The capital city, Podgorica, also had a growing real estate market.Property in Montenegro (Nekretnine Crna Gora)Budva - Tivat - Bar - Podgorica - Kotor - Herceg Novi - Cetinje - Bijelo Polje