The immediate answer is that most homes, Jewish or otherwise, were either reduced to rubble, or simply uninhabitable immediately after the war. Every big city and most second tier cities were in ruins, and even though the fighting had stopped, many were still dangerous to live in due to malnutrition, disease, unexploded ordinance, and destroyed infrastructure.
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