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Menachem Mazuz Developer must pay compensation for not selling to Arabs

The Supreme Court upheld the Magistrates Court ruling ordering May-Tal to pay an Arab couple NIS 40,000 for refusing to sell them a Jerusdalem apartment.

Yigal Dimri Dimri joins bidding for Africa-Israel

Y.H. Dimri's offer comes just days before the Africa-Israel bondholders are due to vote on which one to accept.

Buyer Price project in Yavne  photo: Eyal Fisher Housing deals in Israel up in first half of 2019

Much of the increase in housing purchases in the first half is attributable to the Buyer Fixed Price Plan lotteries, under which 6,900 apartments were sold.

New enlarged Knesset / Photo: Pelleg Architects Knesset building enlargement for 140 MKs approved

The Jerusalem Local Planning and Building Commission has approved the project.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of the latest real estate deals in Israel including in Ramat Hasharon, Bat Yam, Ashdod and Netanya.

Adam Neumann Photo: Reuters WeWork doubles revenue, but operating loss as well

The shares workspace company, which recently changed its name to The We Company, has filed an IPO prospectus.

Yoo Towers  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Gov't ranks Israel's richest, poorest neighborhoods

Jerusalem contains almost half of Israel's poorest neighborhoods, while Tel Aviv has most of the richest neighborhoods.

Danna Azrieli Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Azrieli Town Tel Aviv office project fully leased

Azrieli CEO Eyal Henkin has said that the 40-floor Tel Aviv office project has been fully leased 18 months before completion.

Ras al-Amud Master plan approved for East Jerusalem's Ras al-Amud

This is the third such master plan for an East Jerusalem Arab neighborhood. The previous two have yet to be discussed by the District Committee let alone approved.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Tel Aviv, Rehovot and Beersheva.

Amir Kahanovich "Bank of Israel should cut rate below zero"

Phoenix Excellence chief economist Amir Kahanovich believes interest rates will stay low for years to come and real estate prices could rise significantly.

Givatayim lookout Photo; Shlomit Tsur Givatayim lookout threatened by new buildings

Mitzpor Shalom overlooking the entire Tel Aviv metropolitan area could be blocked by an urban renewal plan.

No shade in Dizengoff square Planners to start putting Israel into the shade

Shady places are about as rare as parking places in Israel's cities, but municipalities are finally addressing the matter.

Adi Dana / Photo: Moran Vizel "There's no office surplus in Israel"

Eldar Investments CEO Adi Dana says today's companies need up-to-date office space.

Real estate agent Good riddance to realtor exams

Licensing for real estate agents has done nothing to improve their professional standards in Israel.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Mony Shapir Sde Dov's closure was inevitable but wrong

Real estate interests and a widening budget deficit meant that Tel Aviv airport's fate was sealed, even though closing it was a mistake.

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