Friday, August 24, 2007

So How Much is Rent in Jerusalem?

Being an engineering type, watching all these ads go by, I decided I needed to get a handle on all the numbers, so gathered statistics for rental prices over the last four months and generated an "average" rent table for Jerusalem. This gives some idea as to the price differences between various neighborhoods and numbers of rooms.

Aaaaah. Beautiful, sensuous numbers. Now I understand everything!

Shabbat Shalom!


David said...

I think your best bets are Katamon or Rechaviah , for being central, social scence etc....

( granted, advice taken from a married guy with a kid who lives in montreal and is moving to a yishuv... but hey, i have alot of friends / family in simmiar situation)
best of luck!

Evan said...

Yeah, it's a good area, but the problem is both the cost (very very high) and the availability of apartments (very very low.)