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Want to live near the beach? Ashkelon can make your dream come true

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30,000 homes will be built with  an agreement that  included the building of three new highway junctions and an advanced public transportation system.Besides this construction the Tourism Ministry has just approved construction of a new hotel for the coastal city of Ashkelon. This is part of a project to invest in the re-establishment of tourism to the south .

The Ashkelon Municipality has signed the largest-ever umbrella agreement with the government that will ensure the city’s rapid growth in the coming years. The agreement calls for the construction of 30,000 housing units in seven new neighborhoods, which will make Ashkelon the country’s sixth-largest city by 2025.

Ashkelon is currently Israel’s 13th-largest city, with a population of 135,000, according to the Globes-Duns 100 rankings……….




Author: Ida Real Estate

I have dealt with people starting from my teen years whether it was a junior counselor position, volunteering in community centers for the elderly, working as a secretary and as a real estate agent. Dealing with the public is a learning experience and challenging. Someone once told me that a person can learn from every being they meet whether it be a child or a stranger they met for 2 minutes. This I hold true. I have met so many people and have learned a lot and keep learning. My father who ran his own business made it a point to provide good service to all his customers no matter how small the customer. I hope to offer quality, honesty, and result in happy customers whether they are sellers, buyers, or renters.

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