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Real-estate prices expected to rise

John Benzquen The Jerusalem Post 03.03.2009

Warnings over buying in Israel

TheMoveChannel 28.02.2009
Real-estate prices expected to rise

The Israeli index of leading economic indicators, called "Hameshulav" in Hebrew, fell 1.2 percent in January - the sharpest monthly drop ever. And in the last quarter of 2008, the GDP contracted by 0.5%, which means that the economy is in recession. But despite these depressing figures, real-estate prices are expected to rise during the coming year because while demand is falling, supply is falling faster.

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Africa Properties chair Zvia Leviev has had talks with Gazit Globe on the the Ramat Aviv Mall.

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A deal with Azrieli could reach NIS 1.7 billion.

ProMed now owns three medical office buildings in the area.

Adv. Eitan Erez: The plea bargain is based solely on the laziness of the state prosecutor to investigate the affair.

Creditors and management are set to dispute the distribution of fines from the firm's recent property sales.

The company will begin marketing the second stage of the Yehud project six months ahead of schedule.

Subsidiary Dankner Investments plans to exercise its first refusal rights to Tel Aviv lot.

Boaz Yona returned to Israel in police custody, nine and half months after bilking 1,606 families and fleeing the country.

The Jerusalem Regional Planning Commission has approved residential projects within the city's neighborhoods.

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