The mortgage industry in Israel is one of the most competitive markets within the financial sector. In 2019, $20 billion dollars were lent for buy-to-live or buy-to-let residential acquisitions. Over 95% of these loans were funded by retail banks.
Over the past decade of zero-to-low base interest rates, the trend in local real-estate prices has been of a constant rise. Various governments and regulators have attempted at curbing the demand for properties, using various methods. Amongst them, the Bank of Israel created a matrix of conditions and restrictions on borrowing for investors. These include lower loan-to-value, a change of rates, restriction on the loan amount, and a more stringent rule set for recognition of borrowers' income.
This matrix has made it far more complex for the buyer to self-navigate the mortgage map, and increase the need for a professional mortgage advisor to steer through the system
Buy-to-live with local or overseas income
Buy-to-let with local or overseas income
Urban renewal "tama" purchases
Complex legal and multi-layer finance
Land purchases and personal construction loans
Buy-and-renovate financial structures
Complex income structures
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