Most available Tel Aviv apartments do not get posted online, but rather are found and rented just through word of mouth and personal connections, which is why I made this website. If you act as my personal connection and refer me to a Tel Aviv apartment that I end up renting, I will pay you a finder’s fee equivalent to one month’s rent.
My monthly budget for rent is NIS 3500. That means you can earn NIS 3500 just by filling out a simple form to send me the tip.
- There is no catch. I will really pay you one month’s rent (up to NIS 3500) if you find me an apartment I like and I rent it.
- I can pay you however you want (as long as it’s legal) – but cash works best for me.
- I’ll give you the money – all of it – at the same time I sign my lease with my new landlord.
- This finder’s fee is like a broker’s fee. It’s not in addition to a broker’s fee. I’ll not pay you one month’s rent and another month’s rent to a real estate agent, no matter how much I like you and no matter how much I don’t dislike the real estate agent.
- My intention is to pay the finder’s fee to one person. If two people send me information on the same apartment and I subsequently rent it, I’ll pay it to the first person who sent it to me. If two people collaborate in sharing the apartment tip with me, I’ll let the person who gave me the information decide if or how to share the money with the other person.