How to Buy a Home in Israel (Free Webinar this Sunday)

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Are you making aliyah soon and interested in a buying a house for your family?

Do you live outside of Israel, but want to purchase a home in Israel as an investment for your future?

Have you recently (or not so recently) made aliyah, and find yourself ready to buy a home?

My dear friends at Olim Advisors are hosting an amazing FREE webinar on How to Buy a Home in Israel on Sunday, August 23rd at 7 pm Israel time / 12 pm EST / 9 am PST.

The webinar will cover everything you need to know about finding and buying a home in Israel, whether you live here already, are planning to move here, or are just interested in having a home in Israel as an investment.

In this one-hour webinar, you will learn all about:

➡️ The legal issues and costs for Israelis and non-Israelis buying a home in Israel

➡️ A home-buying budget in Israel (plus ways to reduce expenses and examples of an ongoing budget)

➡️ The types of property available in Israel (ie new construction vs established property, single family home vs “du”, size and indoor vs outdoor space)

➡️ How to finance your purchase of a home in Israel (understanding all the various mortgage options)

➡️ Finding the right home and community for your family

➡️ Current buying opportunities in Israel

The webinar will be hosted by Brad Shulman and lara Itzhaki, Co-Founders of Olim Advisors, and will feature a number of subject matter experts:

  • Kim Bash – Founder, Kim Bash Realty
  • Devorah Benarroch – Business Development, Kim Bash Real Estate
  • Aryeh Rachlin – Senior Partner, Rachlin Olman Law Office
  • Chaim Friedman – Co-Founder, First Israel Mortgage

Go here to sign up for the free webinar (even if you’re not available at the time of the webinar, go ahead and sign up — because everyone who does so will receive via email a recording of the webinar).

But don’t wait: Olim Advisors is limiting enrollment to 250 people and 205 people have already signed up.

Hope to see you there!

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