RIGA - Real estate agents from all three Baltic countries agree that more higher-income families have driven up demand for suburban houses as they opt for roomier living quarters with wide lawns and driveways long enough to park two cars. The era of crowded high-rises 's read: anthills 's is in the past, and that of the suburban commute has begun. Kadri Lindpere, communications manager at Arco Vara, an Estonian real estate firm that recently went public, says that suburban housing development in Tallinn, has been "very active" in recent years. "Areas with good infrastructure 's roads, s...
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