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Is Real Estate Still The Best Investment in Israel?

Is Real Estate Still The Best Investment in Israel?

If you have money to invest, now is, without a doubt, a great time to put your confidence in Israel. The only question that remains is whether to invest in Israeli stock or to buy property. The truth is, you don't actually have to choose, you might be able to do a bit of both, but here are some reasons why Israeli real estate is such a safe bet: Why You Can't Go Wrong With a Real Estate Investment in Israel?

Israel’s Hidden Gems - Recommended Israeli Cities For Property Investment

Israel’s Hidden Gems - Recommended Israeli Cities For Property Investment

Demand for real estate in Israel is at an all-time high. As always, real estate in Herzliya Pituach, Jerusalem’s German Colony, or Tel Aviv’s exclusive Neve Tzedek neighborhood remains enduringly popular but what you may not know is that there are several other high-end developments across Israel that also offer great investment potential.

Guide to Investing in Israel

Guide to Investing in Israel

The best things come in the smallest packages! From the beautiful beaches to the vast desert and the green hills of the Galilee and, of course, dynamic and growing metropolitan cities like Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Haifa, the small and beautiful nation of Israel have something for everyone.

Apartment prices in Israel are anticipated to increase by 4% this year

Apartment prices in Israel are anticipated to increase by 4% this year

The rating agency S&P Maalot estimates that housing prices in Israel will rise by 4% this year, similar to 2020’s increase (according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics).

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