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There are many challenges when buying on paper:

1. You must understand exactly what you are going to get from the builder and what is included in the property's price.

2. It should be clear how much extra you are going to pay for upgrades and changes.

3. You should know before signing the agreement where there is room to bargain  for more from the builder

Without a complete understanding of the above, you may have some unfortunate surprises and unexpected expenses when it is too late to bargain or change your mind about purchasing the property.

All the above information is written (and hidden) in the "Mifrat", the document that includes the property’s technical specifications.

I am well-versed in all these issues and have prepared a comprehensive workbook on this topic.

If you fill out the workbook step by step:

  • you will save yourself a lot of money and headaches

  • you will have a deeper understanding of the property, 

  • you will be better able to decide whether it's the right property for you to buy.


  • A complete list of things to check and ask the builder at each point of the checklist you have downloaded.


  • A list of questions to ask the builder about the property, the surroundings, the neighborhood's future plans, and the project's timetable.


  • A list of items that should be included in the architectural plan of the apartment.


  • Tips for checking if the apartment has good sun exposure.


  • Space for organizing all the information you will collect from the mifrat.


Even though the knowledge you will gain in this booklet is priceless,

I sell it only for $13.70.


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Some comments from people I helped with the purchase and the design of their apartment on paper


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My name is Debby Schor Elyasy

I was born in Italy, I studied architecture at Politecnico of Milan (Italy)

and I finished my studies with honor.

I fulfilled my childhood dream and immigrated to Israel in 2004. 

Upon arrival, I experienced the frustration and insecurity that you feel when you do not have mastery of the language or a full understanding of the local culture and mentality. 

Over time and thanks to my work as an architect,

I have come to understand the nuances of the mentality, the language, and the building market.

And today, I feel like an Israeli despite being born in Italy, so it is important for me to bridge that gap 

and help you realize your dream of having a home in Israel.

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