No Housing Market Meltdown for IsraelNeal Sandler
Late last year many Israelis decided to put their plans to buy houses on hold. With real estate prices falling in every major Western country, the feeling was that it was just a matter of time before the declines made their way to Israel. The number of deals in the last quarter of 2008 fell markedly as the global recession began taking its toll on the Israeli economy.
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