Construction methods have hardly changed over the decades. Now Israeli tech companies are stepping into the void.
Israel real estate
Agreement covers 300 million shekel debt of former Kardan controlling shareholder Joseph Grunfeld.
Long-term plan program sees 1.5 million new homes being built by 2040.
'Betterment tax grants' – that's the government's euphemism for what in practice is an exemption for the first nine months of the year from betterment taxes.
In a generally laudatory report on Israel’s economy, the agency warns about budget deficits.
MK Stav Shaffir submitted the bill last July, but it has made slow progress through various parliamentary committees and stages.
Israel’s high home prices and poor transportation system are part of a plan to increase the population in the settlements so as to obviate the two-state solution.
These Israelis have found creative ways to cope with the high cost of housing and live from little to nothing.
Figures from 2016 had indicated a several-year high in unsold apartments. Apparently that figure may not be accurate.
But Moshe Kahlon's director general cautions that reducing prices will take several years.