Usually, in the collective imagination, there is a tendency to consider the countries of Western Europe rich and the countries of the East more backward and deprived of opportunities. Nothing could be more wrong! In recent years, in fact, it has been precisely these nations that have been the protagonists of a real boom, from all points of view. The economy has begun to show signs of recovery, reaching, in many places, historical highs. Many sectors have developed, non-existent until a few years ago, which have guaranteed new jobs, along with the improvement of infrastructure. The various government reforms, aimed precisely at opening up to international markets, have also encompassed the real estate market, especially a unique state of its kind. Today, in fact, we will give you all the information you need to be able to buy a property in Lithuania!
She is the protagonist of our mini guide! In a few lines, we will give you all the cards to dissolve any doubt, and especially to take a big step that you may have been waiting for some time! And so, we invite you to make yourself comfortable, because your adventure to discover Lithuania is about to begin!
Let us start by saying that Lithuania joined the European Union in 2004, but not in monetary terms. It was the first country to declare its independence from the USSR, and is currently a particularly popular land for youth culture ''bohemian''. The Lithuanian economy, as we have already mentioned, has had very encouraging results since 2008. In 2010, after a long period of economic crisis, the situation settled down, leading many foreign investors to actively participate in the Lithuanian real estate market.
What are the advantages of living in Lithuania?
Without a doubt, this state guarantees the free movement of all European citizens, which is why it will not be necessary for them to show their passports: it will be sufficient to have an identity card. Among the most important are food, textiles, logistics, electronics, and tourism. the official language is lithuanian but, as always, English will help you at all times.
Last but not least, indeed, we can define the focus of our guide, is the following: how and where to buy a property in Lithuania?
We assume that Lithuania really offers a wide range of choice in terms of accommodation. The highest rents, as well as the general cost of living, are recorded in Vilnius (the capital), Kaunas and Klapeda. In the capital, in fact, we start from a minimum of 200 up to a maximum of 500 euros per month for a studio. For those who are interested in buying a property, the price per square meter starts from 1,700 euros in the main cities. On the other hand, in the peripheral areas or in any case in the lesser known realities, the price starts from 1,000 euros.
Our mini guide is over! We just have to wish you a good trip!
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