Q&A on buying real estate in Israel

Exploring Real Estate Investment in Israel: Common Questions Answered. Are you considering your future in Israel. We’ve compiled answers to some of the most pressing questions potential buyers often have.

Grab Hold of your future, invest in Israel.

October 7th marked a pivotal moment, ushering in a significant shift in the Jewish world. Many families are contemplating the future with a new perspective. Israel remains the eternal homeland for Jews around the world.

In the shadow of anti-Semitism in the world: more Jews from abroad are interested in buying an apartment in Israel

In light of the increasing global anti-Semitism and targeted violence against Jews following the “Iron Swords” war, officials in the housing industry are already preparing for the possibility that hundreds of thousands of Jews may choose to immigrate to Israel, thereby increasing the demand for apartments. According to a report published by the government in collaboration with the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency, there has been a 1,180% surge in anti-Semitic incidents worldwide since the war began.

Beyond solo investing: Join forces with Syndicate buying

Israel has a robust real estate sector, particularly in cities like Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where property prices can be relatively high. By forming a syndicate, investors can combine their capital and share the risks and rewards of property ownership.
Here are five advantages of engaging in syndicate buying in the Israeli property market:

Renting vs. Buying a Home in Israel: Which is Right for You?

For many people who plan on living in Israel, the decision to rent or buy a home is one of the biggest financial choices they will make. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, and the right choice will depend on a variety of individual factors.
Let’s explore the pros and cons of renting vs. buying a home in Israel and provide some clarity and guidance to help you make the right choice for your situation.

Evacuate & renovate -Israel urban renewal

“Evacuate and renovate” or “Pinui U’binui” is a buzzword on many Israeli property owners’ minds. A Pinui-Binui deal is super lucrative for owners who will benefit from a serious increase in their property’s value without investing even a single shekel.

The process takes old and outdated buildings in need of repair, evacuates the tenants, and demolishes the building which is then rebuilt from the ground up – modernizing residential apartment blocks and their infrastructure too, including communications, electricity, water supply, sewage systems, roads, parks, and surrounding areas – giving new life to old but loved neighborhoods.

But …the process can be overwhelming, for property owners wondering how to benefit from this trend, we are here to give you some advice and share our knowledge on the topic.

Be an empowered buyer

Overseas investors would do well to get their heads around at least the most basic of the must-knows and property jargon before signing on the dotted line.Empower yourself not to get lost in translation by familiarizing yourself with the basic jargon.

get your pocketbook translator

You’ve heard the term “Only In Israel”, affectionately called OII for short, applied to that particular brand of Israeli-ness that is unique to this beautiful country. It doesn’t only apply to the character of the people and the place, but arguably to every element of living and doing business here too. And investing in property in Israel is certainly no different.

Overseas investors would do well to get their heads around at least the most basic of the must-knows and property jargon before signing on the dotted line.

Israel property trends 2021

The increase in demand for property in Israel has e ectively resulted in a
10.5% increase in apartment prices, according to a recent Globes article,
with Tel Aviv rising at a record rate that sets it apart from the rest of the
country. Tel Aviv has essentially become a planet of its own with many investors still choosing Tel Aviv. Read full translated (GLOBES)

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