A property can be sold directly by its owner or through a real estate agency representing the owner. All you need to do is sign a sales contract and make the payment. Your contract is your guarantee, so you should spend time making sure you understand every part of it. This may require getting a translation of the contract made. You should also ensure that you don’t make any payments until you have received your contract. There are two ways you can pay for your property: cash or a mortgage loan granted by a bank. Please note that the sales contract should be notarised, and it is recommended that you register ownership at the SE Centre of Registers
Important: buying a property does not grant you residency in Lithuania.