The “Madlan” index of housing prices provides an indication of typical prices at which apartments are sold. The index is based on business transactions listed in the real estate database of the Tax Authority after being optimized and sorted. The index reveals that housing prices in Jerusalem (for the months examined – April to September 2014) are among the most expensive in Israel. The price per square meter in Jerusalem is 40% higher than in Haifa, 57% higher than in Be’er Sheva, and about 20% higher than in Rishon LeZion. However, it is lower by 45% than the price in Tel Aviv.
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