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Rental thoughts to munch on


When I think of rentals, many ideas are conjured including cost, size, location etc.
Rental costs vary in cities. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for example have high rental fees comparatively to Beit Shemesh,Kiryat Gat, or Beer Sheva. In these areas one can find decent聽rentals .
When looking at rentals, one must pay attention to many pointers .One does not want to rent a home that has damp issues, or requires聽work that has not been done.
Even better, beware of homeowners who promise to deal with issues that have not been dealt with . If you came to look at the apartment and serious issues have not been
dealt with BEFORE viewing , you will want to inspect it AGAIN before signing a contract.
Renters should take all costs into consideration to verify that the apartment they
are interested in, they can afford and not THINK they can afford it.
For example, this 6 square meter kiosk rents for 12,500 shekels a month.
Can you afford the rent? The municipal tax? Any related maintenance fees?
This does not include water, electricity, gas etc.
Got any questions, feel free to contact me. 馃檪

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Sales in Givat sharett, Beit Shemesh area


 

 

*讬讜诐 诪讻讬专讛 *转诪讜专讛 诪讜爪讛专转 讬砖讜讘 砖讟讞 讞讚专讬诐
20/05/2015 1,037,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 63 3.0
04/06/2015 1,565,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 100 4.0
14/05/2015 900,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 81 3.0
21/06/2015 900,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 67 3.0
22/06/2015 1,050,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 116 6.0
30/07/2015 980,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 74 3.0
13/08/2015 1,000,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 82 4.0
17/08/2015 965,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 63 3.0
12/11/2015 920,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 63 3.0
06/12/2015 990,000 鈧 讘讬转 砖诪砖 67 3.0

 


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Knesset approves Kahlon’s tax increases on apartments for investment


By Niv Elis

The Knesset on Monday approved Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon’s plan to increase taxes on apartments, a move intended to steer existing apartments out of the rental market and onto the sales market.

By making it more expensive for investors to buy apartments for renting out, the Finance Ministry hopes to keep more apartments on the market聽for home buyers, thus driving down the sales price.

The law will go into effect on June 24, not July 1 as earlier planned, in order to cover apartment buyers looking to quickly close deals ahead of the law coming into effect.

Tax rates will rise to 8 percent on apartments under NIS 1.12 million (currently at 5%), from NIS 1.12 m. to NIS 3.37m. (currently 6%) and from NIS 3.37m. to NIS 4.64m. (Currently 7%). 聽They will rise to 10% on apartments from NIS 4.64m. to NIS 15.47m. (currently 8%) and remain at 10% for apartments over NIS 15.47m.

“I’ve seen the entirety of things they (the Finance Ministry) want to do in housing, and for the first time we are talking about a serious process and, if it comes to fruition, we are on the right path,” said Finance Committee chairman MK聽Moshe Gafni (UTJ).

Zionist Union MK Manuel Trajtenberg, who had run as his party’s nominee for finance minister, congratulated Kahlon for getting the ball rolling.

“This is the first step in the right direction after six years of absent policy for failed attempts to deal with the insane increase in home prices,” Trajtenberg said.

The bill hit a brief sang when opposition parties objected to how the new rules apply to siblings who inherit an apartment. The apartment would be considered an investment apartment only if three or more siblings inherit it.

“You must find a solution to inheriting siblings starting at two siblings, and not just from there up,” said Zionist Union MK Erel Margalit. “We should define聽ownership as over 聽‘a portion of the apartment’ and not a third of an apartment.”

The treasury promised to address the issue within a month, and the provision of a temporary measure in the bill brought most of the opposition on board to support it.

Finance Ministry director-general Shay Badad noted that the policy was the first in a series of steps intended to increase the supply of housing, but said this step was one that could have an immediate, if limited, impact.

Every percentage increase in the purchase tax, he said, would reduce the market of investors by 10%.