Reform would move oversight from the Justice Ministry to the Economy Ministry
Tax regulations make it easy for landlord to avoid reporting at all to the authorities, and housing policies have made things worse
But sources say its basic business is expected to continue thanks to its partnership with property company Ampa
In the past 30 years Tel Aviv has experienced the steepest price increase of all the cities surveyed in global index
However, shared-office company’s local R&D staff likely to face layoffs
Mateh Yehuda Regional Council, responsible for an area west of Jerusalem, has big plans but faces big obstacles
July consumer price index fell 0.3%, but home prices rose 0.5% amid signs that the market is heating up again
For $8,600, 17 friends can enjoy a spacious home with a pool and other amenities for a week. The only problem could be the neighbors
Mevasseret Zion immigrant absorption center was acquired by developer with the aim of building up to 900 homes on the site
A deputy attorney general admitted that this 'might be a mistake that we in the Justice Ministry are responsible for'
Harish was supposed to be a Haredi town but was quickly reconfigured by planners into a mixed city of 120,000, and growing pains have followed
Construction of new homes fell 17.1 per cent year on year in the 12 months through September, making the decline in home prices in the past year seem increasingly unsustainable
Technological knowledge and manufacturing capacity are not enough to conquer an unknown market.
Fugitive could be arrested in 10 minutes if Israel issues a warrant, says Romanian MK Nati Meir.
Yona fled Israel two weeks ago, hours before public learned of company's collapse; Yona believed to be in Romania.
Gov't agency: The average family evacuated from Gaza during the 2005 disengagement will end up costing the state NIS 3 million.
The average family evacuated from Gaza during the 2005 disengagement will end up costing the state NIS 3 million, according to Zvia Shimon, the head of the Sela administration in charge of handling the evacuees.
The Broadcast Authority will demand that television license fees be increased by 10 percent as part of its recovery plan.
Union reduced debt per user to $850-$900, meaning reduced provision for doubtful debt