Signed contract on home today, where will we be moving?

Ramat-Beit-Shemesh-636x477[1]Things are falling into place!

We finally signed the contract for our new home today!  We officially have six weeks to close, which is considered pretty quick for Israel.  Since I want to move at least a week before Pesach, things will need to move even faster than that!

I asked the lawyer what her opinion was as to the feasibility of the process being completed in time.  She said, “It would be a miracle, but I think your chances are good!”

I’m continuing to envision everything falling into place.  :)

I was waiting until we had a signed contract to tell you where we’ll be moving and now that it’s done, here’s our destination:

Ramat Beit Shemesh A.

Are you surprised or is it what you expected?

Karmiel is lovely and I’m appreciative it’s been a good place for our family, but we’re all really looking forward to moving to RBS!


22 thoughts on “Signed contract on home today, where will we be moving?

    1. Hi, Rachel! (You came to my talk in Telzstone, right?) We’re moving to a street with two other homeschooling families within a few minute walk. :) It’s a very nice bonus.

      1. Yes..I did come to your talk in Telzstone. That is so great that you’ll be near other HSing families.

  1. That is great news! The community here will be enriched by your family.
    I am so so excited! Please let me know how I can help you!

  2. Wishing you much Hatzlacha! We are also planning to move there after our Aliyah in June- I hope to meet you since we will be neighbors!

    1. And I was surprised- but not completely, as RBS makes a lot of sense for anglos for a many reasons, employment and schools at the top of the list.

  3. Ahhh so excited!! We’re right across the way in RBSG and were hoping this would be it! Can’t wait. Wishing you smooth sailing from here on out!

  4. Congratulations! Gentile reader so I’ve had to wikipedia but it looks like a lovely neighborhood and so much closer to different opportunities.

  5. I am quite excited, here in RBSA, because I recently began reading your blog as my 5 month old baby was born with DS. Hope to see you soon in the neighborhood, you will really like it here!

  6. That’s where Devorah is this year and it is amazing! So many incredible families and it sounds like it will be a great place for you!!! Also there is an absolutely awesome family there from Detroit who I think you will love and will be great resources for you! Mazel tov!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Yay! Looking forward to meeting you someday soon (we live in BS). B’sha’ah Tova! May you have continued success and blessings in all you do!

  8. Mazal tov! Hooray! Yippee! We can’t wait to meet the rest of your family and welcome you all to the building :) May this move be with lots of bracha and hatzlacha and be everything you hope for and more!

  9. Yay! So excited! So glad it’s working out for you and B’Ezras Hashem you’ll be there before Pesach! Yes, I was expecting it, and am very excited for you! We lived in RBSA for a year and loved it. It’s a beautiful place, with lots of resources for Olim. If you have any questions I’d be happy to help, we’ve lived in five different cities in Israel and many tell me I have a unique perspective. :)

  10. Welcome to my old neighborhood!
    Some people call this neighborhood the little country outside of Israel, because of the number of Anglo speakers in it. But I say that you cannot get by without being able to comfortably speak & read Hebrew even in this neighborhood.

      1. Good for you, Aviva!

        My hardest time was trying to read notes and information from the schools and trying to figure out the bills and help the children with their Math in Hebrew.

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