Central London - Still a Great Place To Invest and 6 Tips To Assist You |
Thursday, March 17, 2011|
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, 1301 Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road, Central |
|The central London property market has long been a favourite of international investors and as we head into 2011 this is unlikely to change. There is a strong demand for quality properties,
particularly from Asian buyers, but care must be taken before buying there. A successful property investment means buying the right property in the right location at the right time for the right price. At the seminar Mr. Davies will share 6 tips highlighting
what an astute investor should consider before entering this market. This includes;|
- Is now the time to buy in this market?
- Why London is different to the rest of the UK
- Growth locations which should out perform the
- Should you buy ′off plan′ or an established property?
- What type of property is easiest to rent
- How do you ensure you are paying the right price for the property
About the Speaker:
Tony Davies is the founder and managing director of St. David Property. The company is part of a diversified property group that has been operating in Hong Kong since 1992 and has offices in London and Perth. It specialises in the central London,
Perth and USA property markets and offers a comprehensive service including all aspects of identifying, purchasing and letting/managing investment properties in these locations.
Mr. Davies is based in Hong Kong and travels frequently throughout
the region speaking at property related seminars and events. At the seminar Mr. Davies will briefly discuss fundamentals of sound property investment and world property markets and will then provide a detailed review of the central London residential
market. The event will appeal to investors who either own overseas property or are considering investing in one in 2011.
for members |
HK$250 for non-members
The Canadian Chamber
of Commerce in
Suite 1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2110 8700
Fax: (852) 2110 8701