Where and what type of property should I purchase? What areas offer the best value? What are the up-and-coming locations? How much can I afford to invest in my purchase? Should I buy a new property or renovate? And how do I go about the complex process?
Though Israel is thousands of years old, its real estate market is booming more than ever. The Central Bureau of Statistics reported a 37% surge in residential transactions in Israel last year, with sales continuing to skyrocket.
The German Colony, HaMoshava HaGermanit, is a neighborhood in Jerusalem built in the second half of the 19th century. The name derives from the organization which founded the neighborhood- the German Temple Society; a religious Lutheran missionary society that believed in settling in the holy land.
t’s a must in every tour of the city of Jerusalem-the breathtaking Haas Sherover Promenade, popularly known as the Tayelet, with its unobstructed sweeping views of the Temple Mount, Judean Hills, and on a clear day, the Dead Sea.
Baka neighborhood is somewhat trapezoidal, sandwiched between Derech Hevron on the east at 760 meters above sea level and sloping downward toward Derech HaRakevet and General Pierre Koenig Street on the western side at 740 meters.
The other side of the railroad tracks…French Hill..Good investor Opportunities.
Relocating to Israel may sound exciting as you look forward to enjoying a new environment. Buying an apartment in Jerusalem, however, should be...
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