Parents Demand Community Center Ban CriminalsParents in the Pisgat Ze'ev are demanding that their teenage children be kept away from Arab youths who use the local community center.
Kahlon Tax Idea 'Declaration of War,' Says ExpertAnyone who is expecting home prices to fall with Moshe Kahlon as Finance Minister will be sorely disappointed, claims industry expert.
'Advocate for the Poor' Deri Worth NIS 4.8 millionShas chairman Aryeh Deri is worth NIS 4.8 million ($1.15 million), according to documents he filed disclosing his personal net worth.
Gracious Living in the CapitalExclusive residential complex ideal for religious families looking for real estate in Jerusalem.
Defense Ministry to Get NIS 1 Billion for Sde DovIn a deal with the Finance Ministry, the Defense Ministry will get a billion shekels to evacuate Tel Aviv's Sde Dov Airport by 2017.
Report: Israelis Lose on US Real Estate InvestmentThe popular trend among Israelis of investing in US real estate is more likely to make them losers, not winners, a report said.
New Home Sales Down 10% in MarchNew home sales were down 10% in March, as Israelis were holding off on buying homes in the wake of a plan to cut VAT payments.
Looking to Buy Your First Skyscraper?If you are looking to buy your first NYC skyscraper, Shimon Shkury says there's no time like the present.
Hareidi Media Attacks Housing Minister For TendersHareidi papers slam Uri Ariel over Judea and Samaria construction plans, saying he's ignoring housing crisis among hareidi public.
Experts: IDF's Tel Aviv Land Worth NIS 90 BillionThe IDF is sitting on some very valuable real estate, worth as much as NIS 90 billion, according to experts.
Tax On Empty Apartments Doubled by Finance C'teeNew rules unanimously approved on roughly 47,000 empty apartments to encourage renting or selling, help solve housing crisis.
Housing Prices Continue to RiseNewly released government data attests to the continued inflation of Israel's real estate bubble in the third quarter of 2013
Jerusalem and Binyamin are 'Booming'Real estate agent Shlomo Ben-Zaken: Buying homes in Jerusalem and Binyamin is "the best investment in the world."
Expert: Stay Away from U.S. Home Investment 'Scam'For Israelis, it's best to stay away from investments schemes that involve purchasing real estate and homes in the U.S., says an expert
Road 38 to Beit Shemesh to be Widened to 4 LanesExpansion of the road gives the green light to construction of 20,000 new homes in the city, the Housing Cabinet said
Report: 42,000 Families Can't Make Their MortgagesSome 42,000 Israeli families are unable to make their monthly mortgage payments, a report said.
Jerusalem Real Estate brings US Jews to IsraelJerusalem real estate project encourages American Jews to move to Israel.
New Homes to Replace Tel Hashomer Induction CenterPeople seeking homes in the Tel Aviv will soon have at least 4,000 new homes to choose from, at the current site of the IDF Induction Center
No Longer a Backwater, Hadera Plans Big PushHadera's mayor, Haim Avitan, sees his city as the next “garden spot” in Israel for home ownership, business, and even vacationing
Treasury: There May be Hope for Lower Home PricesThere are signs that voracious appetite of Israelis for apartments and homes may be calming down.
3-Day Jerusalem Housing Fair in USALooking for your dream home in Jerusalem? Leading Israeli housing company holding fairs in Brooklyn, Monsey and LA.
Buying in Judea and Samaria Goes MainstreamToday, buying a home in Judea and Samaria is a matter of money, not ideology
Experts: Periphery Home Bargains Fast DisappearingThere are still bargains to be had in Israeli real estate, but they won't last long, experts said, as more Israelis move to the periphery
New, Affordable Homes Going Up in Beitar IlitApartment prices in Israel are sky-high – but if you're one of 36 lucky families, you could get a home for half the going rate
Israelis Buy Up US Real EstateHas US real estate hit rock-bottom? Even if not, Israelis, viewing it as good avenues of rental income, are its second largest buyers.
Anti-Israel Group Met its MatchA quick-thinking Israeli businessman talked a London anti-Israel group into leaving an Israeli real estate show alone.
‘10,000 New Homes per Annum’Cabinet decides to formulate National Housing Commissions Law to cut through red tape and solve housing shortage.
Economy Sunny to Partly CloudyIsrael's Central Bureau of Statistics continued to supply optimistic data on unemployment and housing starts
Court Blocks Silwan UpgradeThe Jerusalem District Court has blocked the city from moving ahead on renovations of the Silwan neighborhood.
Housing Starts in Mitzpe YerichoConstruction has begun on a 100-unit apartment complex for young families in Mitzpe Yericho, about 20 minutes east of Jerusalem.
Nof Tzion to Stay JewishDigal announced that Bank Leumi has approved its improved offer to settle its debt.
PA to Uproot JNF Trees in RawabiSome 3,000 trees donated in 2009 by JNF to the new PA city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, are to be uprooted by the developer.
Ground Zero Mosque ShakeupThe head of the Ground Zero mosque project has been replaced by a new Muslim cleric, one who organizers hope will be less controversial.
Jerusalem's Jaffa Rd a 'Walkway'Jerusalem's Jaffa Road bids farewell forever to vehicular traffic this weekend to become a pedestrian walkway -- and no light rail till April.
Nof Tzion 'Sold to Jews'Calcalist reports a group that includes food chain owner Rami Levy will take over the firm that developed the Jerusalem neighborhood.
PA Man bids on J'lem HousingAs a PA man plans to buy the failed company behind a major Jewish housing project in Jerusalem, a Jewish company wants to put in an offer as well.
Nir Etzion in FlamesAs the Sabbath approached, Nir Etzion residents joined the thousands evacuated from their Carmel Mountain Range homes.
Religious Can Build in YafoBeEmunah, which develops properties for the religious Zionist public, gets final OK for project in Jonah's city.
Tzfat Fighting Saudi MoneyLabor MK Daniel Ben Simon calls Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu rude names for instructing Tzfat's Jews to fight back against Arab incursion into the city.
Israel Real Estate Rates #1Israel’s real estate market currently ranks at number one worldwide after adjustments. Bank of Israel Gov. Fischer is working to keep it that way.
CBS News Aims at City of DavidOn '60 Minutes,' Lesley Stahl strives to delegitimize the presence of Jews in the City of David and cast doubt on an archaeological dig there.
Ground Zero Mosque Fiscal WoesThe Ground Zero mosque developer is being sued by a bank for defaulting on a $100,000 credit line. His firm was forced to move from its office.
Ketzaleh: Build Low Cost HomesNational Union Chairman says housing shortage can be met if the government builds homes on a large scale and supervises their cost.
Jerusalem Bldg Raises Int'l IreThe international community calls on Israel to freeze construction in areas of Jerusalem claimed by the PA for its hoped-for state.
Jerusalem Zone Plan Sent to PMJerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat has asked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to approve a plan to rezone four Arab neighborhoods in the capital.
50% of Africa-Israel Hotels SoldLev Leviev has sold 50 percent of Africa-Israel Investments' fully-owned subsidiary, Africa-Israel Hotels, to a Belgian investors' group.
Investors Stuck in Dubai MarketInternational investors have learned the hard way about the legal quagmire surrounding development in Dubai's real estate market.
'No Freeze in Pisgat Ze'ev'News1 reported that eight bulldozers and tractors have begun first stage in construction of 270 apartments.
Rebuilding at Naveh in HalutzaFive families expelled in 2005 from Gush Katif began once more to build their lives this week in the new town of Naveh, in the Halutza Sands.
Freeze Drove Up Housing CostConstruction starts and house sales in Judea and Samaria are down 70% in 2010 compared to 2009 as there is nothing to buy.
Housing Prices Up by 17%A 4-room apartment in Tel Aviv now costs, on average, 2.3 million shekels. On average, housing prices have risen by 17% in one year.
Meretz Ouster Over Silwan FlapThe Meretz party has left the Jerusalem City Council over a plan to evict Arab squatters from illegal homes and upgrade the Shiloah (Silwan) area.
Shepherd Hotel Gets Go-AheadProject for housing, restoration of Shepherd Hotel in eastern Jerusalem clears final bureaucratic hurdle. US, Britain may take the news badly.
'Only Hareidim Want Harish'Former Shas minister Nissim Dahan counters Harish protestors, arguing that secular Jews failed to draw non-hareidi residents.