Coming Soon in Tel Aviv: A New & Improved Carmel Market

Coming Soon in Tel Aviv: A New & Improved Carmel Market

The Carmel Market is one of Tel Aviv’s most famous landmarks and tourist destinations, and will soon see a new and improved version of itself gracing the city’s main street. This week the Tel Aviv municipality announced its full renovation with an additional 320 apartments to be built on the surrounding streets. Read more

Tel Aviv's Urban Master Plan | Tel Aviv Real Estate News

Tel Aviv's Urban Master Plan | Tel Aviv Real Estate News

Despite Tel Aviv having been founded in 1909 and merging with neighboring Jaffa in 1948, the city has never formulated an urban masterplan, that is, until today. Last month saw Tel Aviv-Jaffa mayor Ron Huldai sign the TA-5000 plan, creating a unified vision for the city thru 2025. Read more

Tel Aviv Real Estate News | Israel’s High Rise Boom

Tel Aviv Real Estate News | Israel’s High Rise Boom

Traditionally Israelis dreamt of owning a a private home, complete with backyard, a fence, and a pool. Looking at the recent construction data, however, points to a new phenomena, one that we’ve seen already for quite some in the Tel Aviv real estate market for some time.Read more

Tel Aviv Real Estate News | Israel's High Rise Boom

Tel Aviv Real Estate News | Israel's High Rise Boom

Traditionally Israelis dreamt of owning a a private home, complete with backyard, a fence, and a pool. Looking at the recent construction data, however, points to a new phenomena, one that we’ve seen already for quite some in the Tel Aviv real estate market for some time.Read more

Tel Aviv Real Estate Prices Rise 11% from 2012

Tel Aviv Real Estate Prices Rise 11% from 2012

It’s no new news story that real estate prices in Israel are continuing to rise, and yesterday the government confirmed the hype. Prices throughout the country have risen 5% from the corresponding period last year, and 0.9% from Q4 2012. The greatest increases were seen in Tel Aviv, where prices jumped 11% from last year, and 2% from Q4 2012.Read more

Is Buying New the Way to Go in Tel Aviv?

Is Buying New the Way to Go in Tel Aviv?

As both a new comer or a veteran to the Tel Aviv real estate market, you may have found yourself asking yourself this very question. In a market where the newest and most modern apartments fetch the highest prices, way above market value, many home buyers and investors find themselves willing to wait the 2 to 3 years that many new projects require until you’re able to call your new home, “home”. Just as many, of course, find it difficult to justify the wait time, for both practical and market reasons.Read more

Tel Aviv Real Estate Market Update | Why You Shouldn't Be Waiting on the Fence

Tel Aviv Real Estate Market Update | Why You Shouldn't Be Waiting on the Fence

It’s been a crazy summer here in the Tel Aviv real estate market. Our small city has been the center of the social protests that are occurring throughout Israel, with hundreds of thousands of people both marching in, and living on, the streets, protesting the high costs of housing and the overall cost of living. To make things more complicated for the Israeli housing market, journalists, economists, academics, developers, brokers, bankers, and bureaucrats alike continue to conjecture about the “bubble burst” that no one seems to understand, when, or even if, it exists.Read more

Tel Aviv Real Estate Market Update | Why You Shouldn’t Be Waiting on the Fence

Tel Aviv Real Estate Market Update | Why You Shouldn’t Be Waiting on the Fence

It’s been a crazy summer here in the Tel Aviv real estate market. Our small city has been the center of the social protests that are occurring throughout Israel, with hundreds of thousands of people both marching in, and living on, the streets, protesting the high costs of housing and the overall cost of living. To make things more complicated for the Israeli housing market, journalists, economists, academics, developers, brokers, bankers, and bureaucrats alike continue to conjecture about the “bubble burst” that no one seems to understand, when, or even if, it exists.Read more