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Real Estate

Our real estate department advises and acts at every stage of the asset life cycle.

Our expertise covers initial consultation; due diligence; negotiations; sale; lease or combination agreements; planning; bank financing agreements; agreements with contractors or other consultants; construction-related issues; post-sale or lease; registration of parcels, condominiums and rights.

 

We advise on property taxes, purchasing groups, and sale of assets in receivership. We represent our clients in court, before appeals committees and planning authorities.

 

Whatever the size, shape or goals of your business, our culture of personal commitment will ensure the best outcome for you. This is where we make a difference, by pushing harder.

 

Our real estate department advises state-owned, public and private companies, developers, construction companies, contractors and purchasing centers. Our services include representation in court and before appeals committees. We also advise and assist you regarding expropriations, real estate valuation, planning and licensing processes with planning authorities, municipal taxes and ongoing real estate contracts.

News and updates - Real Estate:


May 30, 2018

Israel Proposes Personal Stock Investment Accounts with Tax Perks

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA regarding a new bill, according to which anyone who sells his apartment is entitled to open a special investment account that will benefit from deferring payment of tax on capital gains.

May 27, 2018

Barnea Representing Yad Hanna in Agreement to Lease and Construct Logistics Center for Diplomat

Our firm is representing Yad Hanna in a long-term lease agreement of 30 dunams in its industrial zone for the construction of Diplomat's new logistics center. The construction is valued at NIS 230 million.

May 2, 2018

Israeli Supreme Court Ruling: Property Buyer Required to Pay Betterment Tax if Seller Is Incapable Due to Insolvency Proceedings

According to a ruling handed down recently by the Israeli Supreme Court, when a real estate asset is sold before the seller enters bankruptcy proceedings, and the seller has not paid the betterment tax, the local council is not obligated to grant the buyer approval for registering the property under his name. Thus, the buyer will be required to pay the betterment tax.

Real Estate

Our real estate department advises and acts at every stage of the asset life cycle.

Our expertise covers initial consultation; due diligence; negotiations; sale; lease or combination agreements; planning; bank financing agreements; agreements with contractors or other consultants; construction-related issues; post-sale or lease; registration of parcels, condominiums and rights.

 

We advise on property taxes, purchasing groups, and sale of assets in receivership. We represent our clients in court, before appeals committees and planning authorities.

 

Whatever the size, shape or goals of your business, our culture of personal commitment will ensure the best outcome for you. This is where we make a difference, by pushing harder.

 

Our real estate department advises state-owned, public and private companies, developers, construction companies, contractors and purchasing centers. Our services include representation in court and before appeals committees. We also advise and assist you regarding expropriations, real estate valuation, planning and licensing processes with planning authorities, municipal taxes and ongoing real estate contracts.

News and updates - Real Estate:


May 30, 2018

Israel Proposes Personal Stock Investment Accounts with Tax Perks

Dr. Zvi Gabbay was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA regarding a new bill, according to which anyone who sells his apartment is entitled to open a special investment account that will benefit from deferring payment of tax on capital gains.

May 27, 2018

Barnea Representing Yad Hanna in Agreement to Lease and Construct Logistics Center for Diplomat

Our firm is representing Yad Hanna in a long-term lease agreement of 30 dunams in its industrial zone for the construction of Diplomat's new logistics center. The construction is valued at NIS 230 million.

May 2, 2018

Israeli Supreme Court Ruling: Property Buyer Required to Pay Betterment Tax if Seller Is Incapable Due to Insolvency Proceedings

According to a ruling handed down recently by the Israeli Supreme Court, when a real estate asset is sold before the seller enters bankruptcy proceedings, and the seller has not paid the betterment tax, the local council is not obligated to grant the buyer approval for registering the property under his name. Thus, the buyer will be required to pay the betterment tax.

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