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The Gazit-Globe Research Institute at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya found that housing prices rose 2.5% in the first half of 2017. The decline in the volume of housing deals (15% in the second quarter, compared with the corresponding quarter last year) has not yet cooled off prices. The housing prices index of the Gazit-Globe […]

10th July 2017: Israel’s Northern District Committee for Planning and Building Committee intends to greatly upgrade Tiberias with the addition of a high-tech and commercial park as well as an urban park for leisure activities.   The Planning and Building Committee of the Northern District of Israel has submitted plans to construct a high-tech and […]

Forecasting what’s going to happen in the coming year is a tricky business, especially in the Israel residential real estate market. Just ask Tal Aldrotti, Israel’s Chief State Appraiser, “If you want to know whether prices fell in 2017, ask me in 2018,” Aldrotti said at the opening panel of Nadlan City, Israel’s most important […]

Real estate mavens expect the restored Valley Train’s arrival to have a positive effect on values in Tiberias and other stops along its extended route. By Avishai Shklar December 2016 The Valley Train, known in Hebrew as Rakevet Haemek, is both part of Israel’s history and its future. The original line, built by the Ottoman […]

Hold Real Estate has named Julian Nathan to head its new Johannesburg office. The Israeli-based residential real estate firm recently announced expansion of its activities in South Africa. Currently in the process of making Aliya, Nathan comes to Hold with 25 years of experience in sales and marketing; his first contact was as a client/investor, […]

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