Return on Investment of Real Estate in Israel

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Smart investment decision requires studying returns on investment and determining whether returns on investment generated matches the risk taken. For Israelis’ living in the U.S.A or working in any other part of the world there’s a good financial reason for owning a real estate investment in Israel besides being emotionally attached to the country. For example, if you had bought a three-bedroom family house in 2011 that average a cost of NIS 1,450,000 nationwide (NIS 1,450,000 was equal to $402, 777 when converted at an average exchange rate of Shekel - dollar rate of 3.6 in 2011) you would be able to sell the same house at an average price of NIS 2,200,000 in 2021 (NIS 2,200,000 translates to $709,667 using an average of Shekel – dollar rate of 3.1 as of December 2021). Assuming the house is being sold today, the investment would generate a 76% return on investment (ROI) on dollar amount over the period the property was being held. In case the property was being rented out, the return on investment would be higher than 76% as a result of rental income earned over the period of 10 years.

Although the analysis given above gives you an overview of the market performance, housing prices and returns on investment may differ according to the city and neighborhood. Prudent property investment decision requires setting financial goals and laying the reason for acquiring the property. Someone looking for a vacation home or planning to settle in Israel may have different financial goals and investment strategies from an investor speculating in real estate price movement. But a unifying factor driving property prices in Israel is the government policy toward the state-owned land policy. Because of the restricted supply of land and the government's inability to build enough units to cater to the increasing population the prices of property in Israel continues to rise year after year. And since there’s demand for housing and the government is not keeping up with demand for building enough units to cater to the growing population, the property prices in Israel will continue rising at an average rate of 10% per year.

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