Netanya Neve Oz / Photo: Miloslavsky Architects , PR 1215 more homes approved for Netanya's Neve Oz

1,960 housing units will be built in the neighborhood, including 243 small apartments and assisted living facilities for 300 residents.

Basel neighborhood Tel Aviv / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Consortium to build homes, hotels in Tel Aviv's Basel Street

The winning consortium of White City Buildings, the JTLV group, and Isrotel will build apartments and hotels.

Fruit and vegetables CPI down 0.6% in June, home prices rise

Inflation in Israel was only 0.8% over the past 12 months, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports, decreasing the likelihood of a rate hike.

Nadav Fattal ROOMS / Photo: Ezra Levy PR, PR Fattal launches shared office space - hotel brand Rooms

Fattal's first 'workspitality' venture is located adjacent to its NYX hotel in Tel Aviv.

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.

Castra Center, Haifa / Photo: Micha Brikman Gil Dankner sells Haifa's Castra Center for NIS 50m

The distinctively designed mall was built twenty years ago at an investment of NIS 200 million.

New Brown Hotel in Tel Aviv Photo: Or Danon Brown to manage Zvieli's Tel Aviv hotels

Brown Hotels: Such centrally located hotels with potential in Tel Aviv will fit right in with our collection.

New apartments 15% fall in new home sales

Jerusalem led in sales, followed by Kiryat Ono and Tel Aviv between March-June 2019, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Ramat Gan, Givatayim and Ness Ziona.

Avi Levi Melisron CEO quits after row with Ofer over loan

Avi Levy asked for a NIS 225 million loan from Liora Ofer to buy shares in Melisron.

Airbnb restrictions Tel Aviv council approves huge tax hike on Airbnb apartments

The municipality is also mulling other restrictions such as limiting the number of days per year that an apartment can be rented on Airbnb.

Amir Kochavi / Photo: Cadya Levi 20,000 homes planned for Hod Hasharon

However, Hod Hasharon Mayor Amir Kochavi told "Globes" that he had not heard the figure of 20,000 housing units and only knew of 8,200 homes.

Aviv Limited Edition / Imagin: Echo Studio Meir Shamir buys Ramat Aviv apartment for NIS 10-15m

The apartment is in the Aviv Limited Edition 19-floor luxury high rise, which is under construction.

Daniel and Michael Salkind Electra Real Estate raises second US fund

Electra Real Estate reports commitments totaling $460 million for a second fund investing in residential clusters in the US.

Bezeq Photo: PR Bezeq selling Rishon land, building

Income-producing real estate market sources say that the value of the property is NIS 110 million.

Herzliya Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Herzliya sewage plant to make way for homes, offices

The National Planning and Building Committee for Preferential Housing Areas has approved 1,100 housing units and 53,000 square meters of offices and commercial space.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Herzliya, Holon and Pardes Hanna-Karkur.

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.

Sde Dov airport Photo: Shutterstock What if Sde Dov Airport isn't closed on schedule?

Opponents of closure are raising the pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but the costs of deferral are enormous.

Tel Aviv Photo: Nir Elias Israeli gov't plans more densely populated cities

The Planning Administration insists that population density in cities is less in Israel than in Europe and the US.

Jerusalem Photo: Shutterstock Jerusalem enjoys building boom

Housing starts are sharply up, building permits are at a 10-year high, and the number of high-rises is growing, but Jerusalem will remain a poor city.

Eilat homes Photo: Shutterstock Eilat's luxury housing market fails to take off

In years gone by some homes in the Red Sea resort sold for around NIS 10 million but last year there were only three deals of NIS 4 million or more.

Two houses on lot with swimming pool  photo: PR "Luxury properties in Ramat Hasharon are houses not towers"

One house in the city was sold for over NIS 20 million this year, but that was the only luxury deal there.

Israeli housing Photo: Tamar Matsafi New homes only worthwhile in high demand areas

Increasing housing supply in low demand locations won't cut prices when there is a shortage of housing in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Jay Epstien Photo: Israel Hadari Server farms create huge real estate opportunities

DLA Piper Co-Chair Global Real Estate Jay Epstien says that server farms have similar characteristics to income producing property.

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