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Investors eye up eastern delights of the Baltics

Irish overseas property investors venturing into eastern Europe typically gravitate towards Hungary, Poland and, more recently, Bulgaria.

7th May, 2005

Irish overseas property investors venturing into eastern Europe typically gravitate towards Hungary, Poland and, more recently, Bulgaria. But as buyers snap up property in these countries, prices rise, leaving investors to look for new and more lucrative markets.

The Baltic states comprise one such market. Of the three countries - Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia - the latter has received the most attention from Irish buyers, with Latvia trailing in second place. Lithuania, however, has been...

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