As a rule of thumb, the owner of a rental property in Israel can expect an average rental income return of between 2- 4% on their investment. A well-managed property in a sought-after area will yield a better rate of return, and that is what Creative Estates strives to achieve for its clients.
Contact us today for up-to-date advice about the level of rental income that you can realistically expect to earn from residential properties in different cities around Israel. We would be happy to give you a confidential consultation with no obligation.
Israeli Rental Costs
Under a typical Israeli rental contract, the tenant pays all utility bills, city taxes and building maintenance charges (Va’ad Bayit), while the property owner is responsible for the insurance, management fees and building renovation costs. If the total monthly rental income is approximately 4,900 NIS or less, the landlord may not be liable for income tax.
This data table is presented for comparison purposes only and is updated periodically.