When it comes to renting, the dormitory bed has been the most popular choice for years.
According to research by the International Institute for Sustainable Development, only 5% of Israelis live in dormitaries, compared to a high of 40% in 2015.
The problem is that, at the moment, most Israelis can’t afford to rent a dormitory, so they live in overcrowded apartments.
The idea of renting in the city is a lot more attractive than living in a dorm.
The Hebrew-language website Ynet reported that the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Jerusalem is 3,300 shekels ($3,000), while in the nearby city of Haifa, it’s 5,500 shekeles.
The dormitory was also chosen because it’s close to Jerusalem, and because there’s a large concentration of Jewish students.
According to an article in the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth, the apartment market in Jerusalem had fallen by 30% in the last six months, which means the market for apartments has become a major source of supply for apartment owners.
However, many students are hesitant to rent to a stranger.
According the report, “there are also fears that they will be discriminated against by the landlord.”
However, the majority of apartments in Jerusalem are rented out, according to the Haaretz daily.
According a report in Haaretz, only 10% of the apartments in the capital’s residential areas are rented, while 30% are leased out.
The number of apartments is growing, but it is still less than in the Haifa market.
However, there are some apartments in Haifa that have received a lot of attention for being the cheapest in the world.
The apartment for sale in Ha’aretz is currently valued at 8,000 shekele ($2,800), while the apartment for rent in Jerusalem has been listed for 3,500,000.
The price of a unit in HaIFA is 3.8 million shekelets ($3.2 million).
However, many people who are considering renting their apartments say that the price is too high.
In an article on Haaretz website, the writer, who asked not to be identified, said that the apartment “would be a nightmare to live in” and said that it would be hard to make rent payments on it.
In the same article, the seller explained that the place is only for one person and said it would require “an enormous amount of time and energy” to renovate.
He said that if he were to ask his son to rent it, the son would probably ask him to leave the apartment.
Ynet reported, “The number of people who live in such apartments is not a problem, but the number of young people who decide to rent is.
If you don’t have a roommate, the prices for apartments are a little higher.
The rent for the apartment in Haha is a little over 5,000,000 herkels.
And for the same apartment in Ramat Gan, it is 5,700,000.”