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"Visit" your hotel room before booking

New Israeli technology will allow customers to visit virtual reality hotel and apartment rooms before buying or ordering.

"Visit" your hotel room before booking

Finance Minister: Program for affordable housing to continue

Finance Minister Kahlon says program offering young couples a reduced price on their first home won't end due to political tensions.

Finance Minister: Program for affordable housing to continue

Haredi MK: No acquisition tax for purchasers of second apartment

MK Maklev suggests exempting from acquisition tax those purchasing second apartment if first apartment's construction is at a standstill.

Haredi MK: No acquisition tax for purchasers of second apartment

Introducing: 'Agam' by the Kinneret

Through the Agam project on the Sea of Galilee, lakeside apartments are offered at prices suitable for everyone.

Introducing: 'Agam' by the Kinneret

Synagogue sold to developer won't be razed - yet

NY judge blocks demolition of historic Brooklyn synagogue.

Synagogue sold to developer won't be razed - yet

'Half of the apartments should go to Beitar Illit residents'

Beitar Illit mayor: 50% of new apartments being built should go to city's residents, says many residents are eligible for public housing.

'Half of the apartments should go to Beitar Illit residents'

Wealth breakdown: Two Likud MKs own five apartments each

12 MKs do not own apartments at all - and one lives with his parents.

Wealth breakdown: Two Likud MKs own five apartments each

Govt. to Build 100,000 Apartments on Vacated IDF Bases

Prime Minister Netanyahu plans to release land to developers for up to 100,000 housing units in the center of the country.

Govt. to Build 100,000 Apartments on Vacated IDF Bases

Apartment Sales Up Despite Zero-VAT Plan

Statistics that the public had already several months ago given up on the possibility of getting an apartment at an 18% discount.

Apartment Sales Up Despite Zero-VAT Plan

Housing Crisis Deepens as Building Remains Frozen

Apartment prices jump 4.4% in second quarter of 2014 - price of new apartments up 13% - as Netanyahu's construction freeze continues.

Housing Crisis Deepens as Building Remains Frozen