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Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli As housing demand slows, so does supply

Building starts in 2017 will be far less than Israel needs, despite the government's promises.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Those slippery home price statistics

Three months ago we hailed "the steepest price fall since 2007". Now it turns out there was no such thing.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Why Israel is heading for a housing disaster

Clue: 181,000 babies were born in Israel in 2016, and 24,000 immigrants arrived.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Diaspora homebuyers are foreigners

Bottom line, your nation's poor come before the rich people of another country.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Netanyahu won't anger US on settlements

For Housing Minister Uri Ariel, the current housing shortage supersedes attempts to reach peace with the Palestinians and the Americans.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Who is buying Israeli homes?

Nationwide foreign residents account for a negligible number of purchases but in some Jerusalem neighborhoods they account for 40% of purchases.

Dror Marmor  illustration: Gil Gibli Housing Minister makes pointless promises

Uri Ariel has realized all to quickly that the power of the housing minister in Israel is mostly in pompous and populist statements to the media.

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