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What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Israel?

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We asked expats what a typical home or apartment in Israel is like. They answered...

"Expat homes and apartments in Israel tend to be modern and comfortable, with many featuring air conditioning, high-speed internet, and other amenities. Many expats choose to live in larger cities such as Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where they can find a variety of housing options, from luxury apartments to more affordable options. Expats can also find homes and apartments in smaller towns and villages, where they can enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle. In general, expat homes and apartments in Israel are well-maintained and offer a comfortable and convenient living experience," said another expat in Israel.

"It's a beautiful and renovated 2 room apartment in Tel Aviv old north near the beach. I'm not sure if its typical, every apartment has its own character," wrote a member who made the move to Tel Aviv, Israel.

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