Buying a Property
Purchasing property in Israel is not simple. From finding the right property, negotiating the price, to signing a contract and registering it, the process requires patience and an in-depth knowledge of the market. It is important to note that there are two primary types of property in Israel, private property and state property. Learn more
For many, selling property is the biggest capital transaction of their life. From dealing with realtors and the municipality, to ensuring that the transfer of land registration goes smoothly, the undertaking of selling a property is onerous. Learn More.
Whether you are selling or purchasing property in Israel, IRE Lawyers can help optimize your taxes to your benefit. Tax planning is an essential part of buying and selling a property and has long term ramifications that can influence your decision. Learn More
Given the high demand and limited supply of rental properties, particularly in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, renting an apartment in Israel can be stressful and time consuming. Having experienced legal representation takes away the uncertainty, giving you the peace of mind you need in order to focus on finding the ideal rental property. Learn More
TAMA38 is a national plan for reinforcing structures against earthquakes. By shortening bureaucratic procedures and granting increased building rights, the Israeli government has encouraged apartment owners across Israel to invest in their building through renovations, offering in exchange additional building rights and construction and taxation benefits. Learn More
Tenant Rights/ Landlord Regulations
The relationship between tenants and landlords is a delicate one, as breaches of rental agreements can lead to protracted and expensive litigation over eviction. Everyone aspires to be a fair landlord and tenant, but sometimes things get complicated and one of the parties does not meet their obligations under the lease agreement. Learn More