Updated housing data for recent months: Which city is most in demand?

A new report published today (Monday) shed light on housing data in Israel, during the months of May-July 2021. During this period, 15,220 new dwellings were sold, constituting 83.4% of the quantity requested. This is an increase of 40.3% compared to the previous three months.

The localities where most of the apartments were sold in May-July 2021 are: Bat Yam with 1,079 sales transactions, Tel Aviv-Yafo with 974, Ashkelon with 940, Jerusalem with 731, Bnei Brak with 643, Ramat Gan with 585 and Netanya with 529.

The coastal strip in Bat Yam (Photo: Yitzhak Harari, Flash 90)

At the top of the list of localities where there has been an increase in the sale of new apartments Compared to the previous three months, the cities are: Nof Hagalil, Gan Yavne, Bat Yam, Bnei Brak and Kiryat Yam.

The main localities in them There was a decline In the sale of new apartments compared to the previous three months are: Kiryat Ono, Beer Yaakov and Givat Shmuel. Another increase was about 3,020 new apartments not for sale – 16.6% of the requested quantity. Of these, 77.0% are built as part of self-construction and “build your own home”.

In the three months of May-July 2021, about 24.4% of the total demand for new dwellings was in the Tel Aviv District, about 23.1% – in the Central District about 16.2% – in the Southern District and about 13.0% in each of the Northern and Haifa districts, compared to about 7.8 Only% of the total requested quantity of new apartments in the Jerusalem District.

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Source: Maariv.co.il – כלכלה בארץ by www.maariv.co.il.

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