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Regev noted that the faster a haredi community moves in to a city, the greater potential for societal tensions, because the original, non-haredi population has less time to adjust to the new reality.
What some people will do for love.
Plans to build new housing in the city may create a degree of chaos.
Despite AG's warning that service requirement is discriminatory, finance minister says ultra-Orthodox can take full advantage of benefit by enlisting.
By NIV ELIS
OECD figures show Israelis working 251 hours per year more than the OECD average, with a 43-hour average work week.
By DANIEL TAUBER
The advantages to owners of not renting out their apartments when not in use include absolute flexibility in setting dates for personal visits and the comfort.
By RAPHI BLOCH
Monday’s housing cabinet to consider competing plans for how to reduce real estate prices.
Statistics from 2013 show that there are over 1,000 cases of demolitions, says Beduin rights representative.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
For years the Israeli real-estate market has been dominated by various organizations that make bulk purchases.
By RACHEL ROTH
Central Bureau of Statistics reveals J'lem saw 42.3% increase, followed by Haifa at 22%, southern district at 17.3%.
Numbers offer a glimpse into units that will be on the market down the line; housing minister welcomes figures.
Building on an existing layout, a dream of simple pleasures and minimalist style comes to fruition.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
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