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New Convenient Online Platform for Reserving Vacation Rentals and Property Management in Central Tel Aviv

TelAviv-Apartment.com has a new and improved website that makes it easier than ever to rent some of the best properties in Tel Aviv for short or long term.

TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Online platforms providing vacation rentals are becoming a growing phenomenon around the world, and for good reason, hotels are now facing fierce competition. TelAviv-Apartment.com is no exception in this case, giving the hotels here in Tel Aviv a good run for their money. Travelers can rent apartments in the same great locations as the hotels, and at a more reasonable price.

Running for over eight years, the company is now providing their services through a well designed, user friendly online platform. The website is available in multiple languages with a large selection of properties, situated in prime locations in Tel Aviv. Each property listed includes a detailed description and photo gallery.

These types of Holiday rentals provide an upgraded experience from the standard stay at a hotel. A short term rental will include all the great features one may find at home, such as a fully stocked kitchen, comfortable living room and often, even a washing machine and dryer. In addition, holiday rentals sustain a more budget friendly choice, allowing travelers to save money on eating out, as they can prepare meals in the kitchen provided.

The extra spacious apartments containing more bedrooms, grant travelers the opportunity to split the cost of renting an apartment. Hotels fail to compete with vacation rentals in terms of cost, space and privacy. All properties managed by the company meet a high standard of quality and taste, with regular maintenance and cleaning services.

The company also provides property management services for property owners in Tel Aviv that are interested in renting out. Managing a property is a daunting and tedious task, and when handled by a professional service,

one can enjoy the maximum benefits without any additional strain. Property management also includes services such as; advertising, directly handling renters managing all financial aspects. Properties will be listed on the website for users to view, the properties' condition will be maintained and the interior cleaned regularly. Properties can also be listed for sale on a separate section of the website, while being available for rent and managed by the company until a suitable buyer comes along.

Tel Aviv Apartments dedicate themselves to every individual renter and property owner, with quality service and property maintenance. The website provides a large selection of accommodations of all sizes and a range

suitable to meet a spectrum of budgets. Each establishment is fully furnished for comfort and style, and includes a full kitchen and regular cleaning services. Apartments are Located in the heart of the city and never

too far from the main attractions such as shopping centers, beaches, restaurants and nightlife. This provides travelers with a convenient way to stay in the heart of the city, in the center of the action, while enjoying the privacy and comfort only ones home might provide.

For more information and to book an apartment, visit http://www.telaviv-apartment.com/ .

Media Contact: Ralph Rokah, Rokah Properties Managment, 347-478-5228, [email protected]

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