A gap between housing prices in Vilnius and other towns in Lithuania is growing. While apartments in Vilnius are becoming more expensive, apartment prices in Kaunas, Šiauliai and Panevėžys are stable or even dropping.
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Over the last year, housing prices in Vilnius have grown almost 3 percent, in Klaipėda, 0.5 percent and in Kaunas and Panevežys the prices have dropped.

Vilnius is currently the only city in the country where the population is growing.

Some real estate agencies expect housing prices in Vilnius to remain the same, while some expect them to drop. None of the agencies, however, predict a further growth.

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