Real Estate


U.S. Pending Home Sales Slip for 3rd Straight Month

Americans signed fewer contracts to buy homes in May, the third straight monthly decline and evidence that a shortage of homes for sale has suppressed home-buying. The National Association of…

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Officials: Housing Prices Up Again, But Sales Fall

Housing prices in Israel continue to rise in 2017, numbers from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) show. According to the numbers for housing sales in March and April released Thursday,…

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Old Tel Aviv Bus Station Gets Green Facelift

When it was abandoned some two decades ago for its replacement, the old Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv – really a collection of bus stops that had been built…

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No-Doorman Rentals In Manhattan Reach a Record

Manhattan apartment rents are on the decline — unless you’re living in a no-frills building without a doorman. For those units, rents just hit a record. While new luxury apartments…

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Israel Almost Had Its Own Trump Tower

On his visit to Israel, President Donald Trump will be spending nearly all his time in Yerushalayim – so it’s unlikely he will have the chance to check out the site…

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New Rules to Create New Public Housing

The Israel Lands Council has approved a rule change sought by its directors – Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Housing Minister Yoav Galant – that requires contractors who build homes…

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New Tax Breaks Could Mean New Rentals for Israelis

American-style apartments for rental projects are rare in Israel, where nearly all apartments for rent are owned by people who live elsewhere and rent out their homes privately. That could change, however,…

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