israel housing prices

Downtown Haifa
Haifa: A breath of fresh air

Haifa is a vibrant, forward-looking developing city. But it was not always so.

By JOHN BENZAQUEN
23/09/2018
Urban renewal
What's new in urban renewal

Urban renewal projects are a fine way to supply new dwellings and rejuvenate cities, especially the downtown areas.

By JAMES HARRIS
23/09/2018
Will the U.S. Embassy's move to Jerusalem affect the real estate market?

Savvy investors have already started buying small apartments that are suitable for singles or couples and have begun renovating them in preparation for the demand.

By ALYSSA FRIEDLAND
23/09/2018
A laborer works on an apartment building under construction in the Har Homa neighborhood of Jerusale
Housing: Stops and starts

Roni Brik, president of the Israel Builders Association, believes that government policy with regard to the real estate industry is flawed.

By JOHN BENZAQUEN
23/09/2018
Is the housing bubble finally about to burst in Israel?

Cohen warns that the loss of interest by foreign builders and a sharp decline in overall construction will put Israel at risk of suffering a recession in the real estate industry.

17/05/2018
Breaking new ground for the elderly

The 471-unit complex is part of a country-wide, national project for the construction of 2,650 social-housing units.

By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
21/01/2018
PEOPLE WALK past a cafe in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv municipality promoting co-living projects in overcrowded city

City Hall working with WeWork to introduce legislation approving co-living residents

Elderly Israelis vote
US group helps Israeli seniors with housing

According to the Jewish Agency, there currently is a waiting list of 27,000 low-income Israeli seniors, half of whom are Holocaust survivors, for subsidized housing.

Nof Zion
Zionist Union lawmaker wins subsidized housing lottery

“I won, but what about all the other people who tried?” MK Biran asks, criticizing Kahlon’s flagship project.

houses
Israeli Fair Rental Law passes final vote, 6 years after housing protests

“The nation demands social justice, and this is a step on the way,” 2011 protests icon MK Stav Shaffir said.

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