How to find an apartment in Jerusalem and the rest of Israel

A list of the apartment websites that have been helpful to me and hopefully will continue to be helpful to others. If you have updates about these sites or new sites, leave me a comment.

1. Magar Meida (English and Hebrew): Daily email with latest listings. Costs roughly 250 shekels for 2 months. You can freeze the membership after you find an apartment. The fee is well worth it.

2. Flathunting (English)

3. Janglo – Real Estate section (English)

4. Yad2 (Hebrew)

5. Homeless (Hebrew)

6. Sheal (Hebrew)

7. Hebrew U. (Hebrew)

8. (English)

9. (Hebrew)

10. Craiglist (English) Beware of West Africa Apartment scams

11. Madas (Hebrew)

12. WinWin (Hebrew)

13. BipBop (Hebrew)

14. Homely (Hebrew)


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17 Responses to “How to find an apartment in Jerusalem and the rest of Israel”

  1. Posted by: Zev Stub - 07/06/2008

    I like your blog!
    Please change the link for Janglo’s real estate to

  2. Posted by: Rebecca - 07/06/2008

    @Zev Stub: Done! Thanks for the update and I’m glad you’re likin’ TBF

  3. Posted by: Annette Berlin - 07/20/2008

    I’ve used Yisa Bracha twice and I saved tons of money. It costs 140 nis for three months and it gets delivered to your email every day. Hebrew only. The website is:

  4. Posted by: Rebecca - 07/20/2008

    Annette Berlin – That is really useful! Thanks for commenting and letting everyone know about it!

  5. Posted by: sharon messica - 09/24/2008

    The best deal!!!


  6. Posted by: Avi Slama - 09/24/2008

    For only 80$ per night you get a fully equiped two rooms apartment on dizengoff st. by the beach and by the “namal” of Tel Aviv. and a free meal at “la-mer” restaurant in Bugrashov Beach!

  7. Posted by: Bert - 02/28/2009


    I have used for renting a furnished apartment. They have a lot of neat and tidy furnished apartments everywhere in Jerusalem. I had choice and have selected a nice 5 room apt with terrace at a very reasonnable rate.

    Kol Tuv,Bert

  8. Posted by: Fitoussi - 07/21/2009

    Comme beaucoup cherche des appartements et se fier a des personnes sure, contactez moi je pourrais vous aider pour jerusalem et tel aviv

  9. Posted by: Miriam B. Mandel - 08/27/2009

    I am a university professor looking to rent a furnished apartment for about five months in Jerusalem, 2.5 or 3 rooms, with high-speed internet, cable TV, a washing machine, and access to buslines. The entry and exit dates are flexible, c. 1 February 2010 to 1 July 2010.

  10. Posted by: Rebecca - 09/02/2009

    most of the websites listed above also feature short term rentals. Good luck with your search. It might be a little too early to look still.

  11. Posted by: avi - 01/04/2010

    new site apartment website free (hebrew)

  12. Posted by: Noam - 01/11/2011

    Looking for a Short Term Furnished Rental in Jerusalem? Contact us at We also have apartments for long term rentals and apartments for sale in all Jerusalem neighborhoods. Find out about our property managements services. Visit us at We are English Speaking,Shomer Shabbat Jerusalem residents.

  13. Posted by: Aliza - 08/01/2012

    The best website for finding any type of property in Jerusalem is They have hundreds of listings and the service is completely free of charge. There are posts there from both agents and private owners and you can basically find whatever you are looking for.

  14. Posted by: JJ - 08/31/2012

    I looked at all these, and Janglo was by far the most useful and accessible.

  15. Posted by: shay - 10/08/2013

    There is a very good site called

  16. Posted by: shulamit22 - 07/23/2014

    So I am recently ordained and coming for an additional year at conservative yeshiva in Jerusalem. How do I know the flavor of a neighborhood, i.e., quiet, partying, younger, older, families, walking distance to coffee and groceries? Any advice is welcomed. Don’t want to exceed $1000/mo all included.


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