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The Israeli public is offered a number of opportunities to acquire rights in agricultural land that may be rezoned to residential. Before purchasing such rights, there are a number of issues to examine in order to understand the land’s potential.
Developers and entrepreneurs often market apartments for sale using glossy prospectuses and state-of-the-art simulations that purport to represent to the buyer the apartment they are about to purchase. Sometimes, though, there is no connection between the information in the brochures and the apartment one purchased. The question arises of whether such publicity materials constitute a binding document.
Pinui & binui projects vary according to the requirements of the authorities and the law. Adv. Eldar Adato explains in a short video the difficulties of the process and what needs to be done in order for a pinui & binui project to be implemented in your building.
The housing shortage in Israel and the issue of urban renewal are constantly on the public agenda. This past year, there have been many discussions about the actions that must be taken to initiate and carry out urban renewal projects.
The residential real estate market in Israel has been subject to drastic changes for some months. After years of a steady sharp uptrend in apartment prices, the number of real estate transactions has diminished, and apartment prices in most regions in Israel have either stabilized or dipped slightly.
Purchasing property is Israel is a complex process, especially for non-residents. It’s important to consider what type of property you want to buy, as well as to be aware of the multiple steps involved, including engaging an attorney, conducting negotiations, and paying the purchase price and accompanying taxes.
If you are interested in purchasing an apartment from a contractor through a TAMA 38 project, you should know that the process is completely different from purchasing a new apartment from a contractor or the purchase of a secondhand apartment.
The “Pinui-Binui” transaction is a common name for combination transactions, in which existing residential neighborhoods are vacated in favor of the reconstruction of a new neighborhood in the same complex. At the same time, existing tenants trade in their old apartments for new ones in a modern neighborhood with new and developed environmental infrastructure.
Urban renewal construction projects, known in Israel either as an NOP 38/1 project (retrofit and renovate), or as an NOP 38/2 project (demolish and reconstruct) began in Israel as a result of the realization that residential buildings whose building permits predate 1.1.1980 must undergo earthquake retrofitting.
The Israeli government resolved to approve and implement a national outline plan, known as TAMA 38, to reinforce buildings from the risk of earthquakes. To which buildings does the plan apply and what should one know before signing a contractual agreement with the contractor?
In many ways, electronic communications dominate the world as we know it. We “talk” through email, text, and social media, to the point that the written letter is almost an anachronism. Still, some areas still thrive on paper. Real estate, for example, depends on paper deeds and documentation to confirm authenticity. Similarly, many corporations depend on paper records to demonstrate regulatory compliance. But blockchain is helping to change all of that. The technology that made Bitcoin work is expanding, in Israel and beyond, to help secure online processes and chains of custody in ways that can help shift paper-dominated fields into the 21st century.
Purchasing a residential property is generally one of the most profound, expensive and important decisions you make in your life. Even more so when purchasing a residential property in Israel. Following is a check list containing 10 most important tips on how to do it the right way.
Buying an apartment is usually the biggest purchase of one’s life, and for most of us it represents a significant financial outlay. Therefore, once we’ve found an apartment we like but before we’ve signed a contract, it’s very important to check out several angles.
So you posted on Facebook that you’re looking for a place to live. You read the fine print of every ad on yad2.co.il. You asked everyone – from your grandmother to your elementary school bestie – for help, and you were probably one of 50 people who showed up to see the place. And now the place is yours for the asking! But before you commit, make sure to check these tips so that in the future you don’t regret signing the lease