Sunday, November 30, 2014
The record? A $35 million penthouse Does that sound over the top? There are a lot of properties in Israel changing hands at far higher prices than that. The biggest residential property deal in Israeli history, completed just this year, was Canadian businessman Sylvan Adams’ purchase of a penthouse at 10 Herbert Samuel Street on the Tel Aviv waterfront for 120 million shekels, or nearly $35 million. His new home is a huge duplex on the top two floors of a 21-story tower, with 1,300 square meters in floor space (including 300 square meters of balconies)
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Sunday, March 09, 2014
IMF: Israel's housing market is overpriced and a sharp correction will cause recession. The IMF implies in its annual report on Israel, published yesterday, that there is a real estate bubble in the country. It says that home prices are now 25% above their equilibrium value, after rising 80% in the past six years since 2007. Home prices relative to income and home prices relative to rents are 26% and 22% above the long-term level.
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
“Tel Aviv has a multiplicity of atmospheres that create a type of city that you feel relaxed to live in,” he said. “It is friendly, welcoming, and comfortable.” Israel is the only country in the Middle East that protects homosexuals with anti-discrimination laws, and Tel Aviv was named the world’s “Best Gay City” of 2011 in an international competition conducted by American Airlines. JNS.org asked Huldai to respond to the claim by Israel’s critics that the country seeks to “pink-wash” its problems with the Palestinians by touting its acceptance of the gay community. “Those who say anything against Tel Aviv’s policies regarding the gay community don’t understand reality… We did a lot to embrace the community—the city sponsors a pride parade and centers for young people,” Huldai said. “We are taking care of the all of the parts of the city, whether it’s the haredi community, the Masorti (the equivalent of the Jewish Conservative denomination in the U.S.) group, or foreign workers,” he added. “All are fully participating, all are part of Tel Aviv.
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Monday, April 08, 2013
For Sale in Lake Kinneret, Big Lot for holiday villages with 300 large suites, $ 9 million - Call Now:
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For Sale - Huge lot near Tiberias, Sea of Galilee, suitable for immediate construction of 360 rooms in hotels or holiday villages. The land price per room is only 12 Thousand dollars. Call Now:
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In May 2013 Phase one will open for registration of foreign joint construction of hotels and holiday villages in the Sea of Galilee and Caesarea.for more info - call
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Thursday, February 07, 2013
Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli has purchased a swank Tel Aviv apartment for her 26 year-old brother, Dor, according to a report by Globes online business magazine. The NIS 2.5 million 72-square meter two bedroom apartment is a property in the Midtown project on Menachem Begin Road in Tel Aviv. The 50 storey building is still under construction.
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Blackstone, based in New York, is adding retail properties as rents and occupancies rise. Shopping-center vacancies dropped to 10.7 percent in the fourth quarter from 10.8 percent in the previous three months and 11 percent a year earlier, according to New York-based data provider Reis Inc. Effective rents, or what’s paid after any landlord discounts, averaged $16.59 a square foot, up from $16.51 a year earlier.
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
Better than expected economic growth is fueling a rise in house prices and stronger property demand in Israel these days. Despite daily fears of violence and security threats from area militia groups, the real estate markets in the 8,500-square-mile Middle East country are prospering, according to various media and analyst reports. Still, there is a shortage of affordable housing while rents in established neighborhoods are rising. Thriving real estate markets are seen in the Northern district, Qrayot Haifa and Jerusalem. Global Property Guide, published in Bristol, England, notes third-quarter growth in the Northern district was 4.8%; Qrayot Haifa, 2.5%; and Jerusalem, 2.7%. Israelis are spending more on consumer goods at the same time as the country's export business is growing. Those two factors are considered crucial to the real estate market health in the small country. With an estimated population of only eight million, Israel, in land size, is just a little smaller than New Jersey's 8,700-square-miles. According to Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), the average price of owner-occupied residences rose by 2.56% to ILS 1,132,000 (US $299,086), after a year-on-year rise of just 1.11% in the second quarter, and a decline of 1.56% in the first quarter of this year. One Israeli New Shekel (ILS) equals 27 cents U.S.
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