Israeli housing prices rose last year by 15 percent according to the government housing market assessor, reported Army Radio on Sunday.
However, a survey of four-room apartments in the 6 biggest cities in Israel shows that there has been a freeze on housing prices in Tel Aviv and Beersheba, and a slight decrease in prices in Herzliya and Petah Tikva.
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