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Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Kfar Saba, Sderot and Dimona.

Nati Saidoff Photo: PR Africa-Israel bondholders hand co to Saidoff

The trustees of three series of bonds announced last night that the majority of bondholders supported Saidoff's offer for the company.

George Horesh Photos: PR and Tamar Matsafi George Horesh mulls buying Ra'anana land back from Teva

If Horesh exercises his option, he is likely to lease the land to Amdocs, which wants to buy it.

New apartments New home sales fall

The Central Bureau of Statistics reported that 2,144 new homes were sold in September.

Chinese worker in Israel photo: Eyal Yitzhar Carasso Real Estate signs first agreement with Chinese contractor

BCEG will build 129 housing units and an underground parking lot in Kiryat Ono.

Amos Luzon  photo: Tamar Matzafi Battle for Africa-Israel heats up

Amos Luzon is the latest bidder for the company.

Barak Rosen and Assaf Tuchmeir Israel-Canada raises NIS 100m from Israeli institutions

The allocation to Menorah, Psagot, Israel Phoenix, Safra, and Noked Capital is at a 6% discount.

Kiryat Ono apartments Treasury: Housing market slowdown worsens

Excluding the buyer fixed price plan, the number of homes sold in Israel fell 14% in September, the Finance Ministry reports.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals including in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Netanya, Modiin, Hadera and Sderot.

Jerusalem Hotels Photo: PR Jerusalem hotel occupancy up sharply despite new hotels

Three new major hotels have opened in Israel's capital this year.

Jerusalem underground cemetery Photo: Guy Nadri Jerusalem's tunnels cemetery nominated for int'l award

With a capacity of 23,025 graves, the tunnels on Har Hamenuhot will help supply Jerusalem's burial needs for 12 years.

Begin Highway Jerusalem Jerusalem plans to cover Begin Highway

A high-tech park, thousands of homes and green areas will be developed adjacent to the Hebrew University, "Yediot Ahronot" reports.

Wind farm photo: Orly Ginnosar Galilee residents fear wind farms will dwarf landscape

Power plants and renewable energy farms are replacing agriculture throughout Israel.

Hanan Mor project  photo: Eyal Izhar Rosario sees Israeli real estate market halt as temporary

Rosario Research & Consulting senior analyst Avital Igner: Kahlon's focus on investors is misguided.

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