Home owners are being advised to consider capital remodeling as an alternative to a traditional house remodeling.
This week, The Jerusalem Times reported that the capital’s capital government is considering instituting a pilot program that would allow homeowners to apply for the capital home inspection program.
According to the newspaper, the pilot program would offer homeowners the option of getting a home inspection without the need to purchase a property.
According a statement from the Ministry of Housing, the capital has about 9.6 million properties with a value of more than 5 million shekels ($1.3 million).
Homeowners who want to participate in the pilot can do so by signing up at www.lhq.gov.il.
The pilot program is scheduled to start in January.
According the ministry, the home inspection process is intended to help homeowners understand the building and maintenance process.
The ministry added that the home renovation program would not require a homeowner to purchase an additional property.
Homeowners are also being urged to use the capital remodel program as a way to “make capital homes more attractive and affordable,” according to the statement.
It’s the first time the capital government has offered such a program, which would offer “a free service to all residents,” the ministry added.
A capital remodeled home is expected to cost between $1,500 and $1.5 million, depending on the type of property.
In addition to capital renovation, the ministry said that the program is also expected to provide “a high-quality service to owners of rental properties,” and to “increase the attractiveness of new homes in the city.”
The Jerusalem Post article noted that there have been reports of owners losing money when remodeling their homes because of a lack of funding for capital renovation.
In an effort to address this issue, the Jerusalem Post reported that Jerusalem’s capital administration is planning to provide a monthly grant of $1 million to those who apply for capital remodels.