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Joint Chamber Event: The 10 Things You Must Know Before Buying Property Across International Borders
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Joint Chamber Event: The 10 Things You Must Know Before Buying Property Across International Borders

Christopher Dillon, a Canadian entrepreneur and property investor who has lived in lived in Asia for 25 years, looks at how to make the most of your international property purchase.

08/07/2014
When: Tuesday, July 8, 2014
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Where: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho


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Whether it's a second home, a weekend retreat or an income property, it's never been easier to buy a home abroad. But with that opportunity comes challenges—like finding financing and reliable suppliers, not to mention local issues such as crime, taxes and demographic change.

Christopher Dillon, a Canadian entrepreneur and property investor who has lived in lived in Asia for 25 years, looks at how to make the most of your international property purchase. 
 

About the Speaker:
 
Christopher Dillon 
Principal of Dillon Communications Limited
 
Christopher Dillon is an award-winning writer and entrepreneur based in Hong Kong. In 2002, he bought and renovated a floor in an office building in Hong Kong’s Central business district. Since then, he has purchased and refurbished a luxury apartment on the west side of Hong Kong Island and transformed a derelict steam laundry into a multimedia studio. That experience inspired a trio of books: Landed Hong Kong (2008), Landed Japan (2010) and Landed China (2013). His new book, Landed Global, looks at the process of buying property across borders, with case studies and data from more than 110 countries. Christopher lived in Tokyo from 1989 to 1992, when he moved to Hong Kong. Since 2012, he has served on the management committee of a 210-unit apartment complex and the executive committee of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

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