Real-estate group taking wounded IDF vets to S. Africa

February 28, 2013 22:42


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HomeinIsrael, who call themselves Netanya’s leading real-estate team, and the developer they use, Zion Briga Real Estate, are heading to South Africa on March 5 to host an event with “Hope for Heroism,” a support group for Israeli soldiers seriously wounded in combat.

HomeinIsrael, which caters largely to international and Anglo buyers, will bring two former IDF soldiers to tell stories about how they were wounded, the process of going through rehab and how they have managed to get on with life.“The whole evening is giving something extra for South African Jewry,” said Selwyn Hare, who runs HomeinIsrael. He will also be making stops in the UK and Canada.

“Most of our purchasers are members of the international community,” Hare said.

“Netanya is definitely one of the top foreign places of investment because of its close proximity to the sea, which is what people want as a holiday home and an investment.”

The event will take place at Johannesburg’s Summer Place and also feature a talk by Wayne Kopping, a South African filmmaker.

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