Category: Housing Policy

urban renewal construction
Israel urban renewal plan proposed to replace TAMA 38
mamad safety room
Israel Property prices
long-term rental
Housing Policy

A new era begins in Israel — the long-term rental market

The rental market in Israel, which until recently was characterized by chaos and a lack of regulation, and ruled by private investors, is finally maturing. In the last few years, the market has become far more sophisticated, with the establishment of a government company to promote long-term rentals and three real estate investment trusts (REITs)...

new homes in Jerusalem
elections in Israel
Is Israel prepared for an earthquake
Housing Policy

16 years after approving a special plan to protect homes from earthquakes — Is Israel prepared for an earthquake?

The national Tama 38 plan promised large-scale reinforcement that would ensure that all of Israel’s old buildings met earthquake resistance standards. In practice, however, the plan has been implemented for only several thousand out of 150,000 buildings in need of reinforcement, and none of these were in the country’s peripheral regions, despite the fact that...

purchase tax on investment
Urban renewal Ramat Gan
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