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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

This piece is just a refresher on our last article that came out over the summer in The Jewish Link, where we reminisced about the 50-year colossal landmark anniversary of man’s first walk on the moon on July 20, 1969.

Although it seemed enticing to have another potential location within which to sell real estate, it was soon realized that the pipe dream of residing on the moon was literally light-years away.

So, we were back to square one––selling real estate back home. Yet, another interesting occurrence happened since the landing that expanded the meaning of where home is.

As all Jews know, home is where the heart is, and our hearts always include Israel as part of its life force wherever we may be.

We often travel six thousand miles abroad to (you guessed it) Israel, where we spend many chagim with our son, wife and six delicious grandchildren who reside there year round. Much of our time during all the chagim is spent overseas to enjoy the beauty of our Holy Land and family.

During one Passover at the Hacienda Resort Hotel in Israel, we re-ignited a friendship with Rob Duchanov, a former classmate of Bobby’s from RJJ on the Lower East Side from kindergarten on up. We bonded all over again, met our grown families and found out that having made Aliya, Robert has become a developer in Israel while we sell residential real estate in America. A match was made in heaven. Robert called us and suggested that we consider becoming American representatives for the luxurious Lincoln Residence in the heart of Yerushalayim. We thought about the opportunity for two minutes and quickly realized it would be an honor. We called Robert back to agree to be the American representatives for the Lincoln Residence Luxury Building with only two apartments and two penthouses left to sell.

We were thrilled to expand to the western hemispheres. The Lincoln Residence is located in one of Jerusalem’s most exclusive and sought-after neighborhoods, and is a short distance from the Old City, the Western Wall, the Tower of David, Mamilla, the Great Synagogue and many of the capital’s finest hotels. Having visited the beautiful apartments and penthouse during Sukkot Chol Hamoed, we can rave firsthand about the luxurious feel and the breathtaking views overlooking the Kotel and the Dome of the Rock. Only two apartments and two penthouses are available, so now is the time to achieve your dream of owning a home in Israel.

Feel free to call Ruby or Bobby 917-576-4177/201-314-4152 for more information or call Robert Duchanov direct at 050-523-1478.


Ruby and Bobby Kaplan of United Real Estate are the exclusive U.S. agents for this property. To reach Ruby, call 917-576-4177, or email [email protected] To reach Bobby, call 201-314-4152 or email [email protected] For more information, visit www.rubybobbyhomes.com