Member of The Israeli Real Estate Appraisers Association

Real Estate Appraisal

The need for an appraisal of value to be carried out by a qualified real estate appraiser stems from the complex nature of the real estate market in Israel. The properties traded on the real estate market are diverse, with different characteristics, unique and complex and no two properties are the same.

The need for real estate appraisal is mainly in the following areas:

  • Valuing residential properties
  • Valuations for financing bank credit and mortgages
  • Valuing commercial properties
  • Land for building and farming land
  • Farms/estates and expanding Moshavim
  • Value of company land and property associations
  • Real estate included in limited companies’ financial reports
  • Estates and inherited property
  • Real estate properties for dividing and assigning assets
  • Sheltered housing
  • Collecting free rent
  • Tama 38 (National Master Plan) for reinforcing structures against earthquakes
  • Betterment Tax
  • Leasing fees to the Israel Land Authority
  • Balance payments for a site that underwent parcellation through merger and redivision
  • Depreciation
  • Expropriations