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Dan Dankner Former Hapoalim chairman seeks pardon

Dan Dankner requested a pardon six months ago, but the request is being revealed only now.

Construction in Ra'anana Photo Shlomi Yosef Home prices have peaked in Ra'anana

Ministry of Finance: Prices dropped 3.8% in the third quarter of 2016 in Ra'anana, and fell further in October-November.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Modi'in, Kfar Saba and Rehovot.

Crowne Plaza Photo: PR Africa-Israel, Netz sell Crowne Plaza hotels

The three Crowne Plaza hotels being sold have a total of 900 rooms.

Sarona Photo: Shlomi Yosef Electra to build 3 TLV Sarona towers

The land is zoned for construction of 324 housing units in three residential towers, in a vacated section of the government Kirya area.

Midtown Tel Aviv Photo: PR Megureit buys 45 TLV homes for rent for NIS 71m

The three-room apartments in the Midtown project are on the sixth to 11th floors of a high-rise.

PM residence Photo: Carmi Architects New office, residence approved for Israel's PM

The Jerusalem District Planning and Building Commission approved the plan for the National Precinct near Jerusalem's western entrance 

Halutziot solar field Land for solar farms to cost NIS 60-100,000 per acre

Payment for the land will be considered lease fees capitalized over the entire lease period.

new homes Rent rise in Israel slows drastically

Housing prices are still rising, albeit more slowly, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.

Lev Leviev  photo: Tamar Matsafi Leviev, Ben-Moshe bid for Africa-Israel

The bid comes on top of a non-binding offer from Hagag Group.

Avi Tiomkin  photo: Einat Levron "Home price slide has begun and will accelerate"

Avi Tiomkin: When the change occurs, its speed and force will surprise everyone.

Tel Aviv luxury apartments Apartments sold and rented

A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Tel Aviv, Ra'anana, Ramat Gan, Arad and Beer Sheva.

Azrieli Towers, photo: Thinkstock Israeli developers reach for the skies

Construction of a 100-floor Tel Aviv skyscraper begins soon but the higher you go, the more it costs.

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