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Global Residential Investment Markets:
Toronto and Tokyo On Focus


Hosted by CanChamHK's Property Committee
 
Date:        
 
Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
 
Time:      
  
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
 
Venue:    



 
  
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road,
Central, Hong Kong

 
Price:      

 
Members: HK$200 / Non-Members: HK$300
(Light Refreshments included)
 

  
About the Event:
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Property Committee brings you “Global Residential Investment Markets: Toronto and Tokyo On Focus”.

We will have the following speakers give their insights on the current forecast and economy’s performance and key drivers of their specified country. What is a "must buy" for international property investors? Are they looking for lifestyle, capital growth or a secure investment on these purchases?

What are the:
  • Current market conditions and locations of interest
  • Prime locations for overseas real estate investments
  • Rental yields and appreciation for condos vs houses
  • Property management and maintaining the value of your investment
  • Ownership of property and the tax implications for non-residents
  • Selling and buying as a non-resident
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About the Speakers:
Jennifer Kay Chan 
Sales Representative, Forest Hill Real Estate Inc.

Jennifer Kay Chan works diligently with her investor and end-user clients to ensure that the real estate transaction is as smooth and as enjoyable as possible. She has been a sales representative with Forest Hill Real Estate for the last four years, and was a property manager for many years prior to that. She brings a wealth of experience in customer service, marketing and sales to the real estate industry. She is familiar with both preconstruction as well as resale properties throughout the Greater Toronto Area. 

Having worked extensively in Toronto and in Hong Kong, she brings a broad international perspective to her role. She works with many expatriate clients that have purchased property in Canada for investment, for their family, or for their own retirement.  She travels regularly to Asia to speak about real estate.
Adam German 
Sales Representative, Housing Japan

A Canadian in Tokyo for 12 years, 8 of which have been working in real estate, Adam has successfully lead leasing teams to record numbers and played an integral role in building successful online property portal sites for Japan. 
Now working to sell Tokyo property, Adam has insights on how to properly market your real estate to generate interest from day one using multiple avenue marketing to get the price you want, not just a price you’ll settle for.

Exclusively representing sellers and bringing extensive digital and print marketing skills to every property sale strategy, Adam’s performance as a foreign person in Tokyo real estate is unparalleled. 
Eric La Cara 
Capital Tax & Accounting Services Ltd.

Managing Partner and Tax Practice manager for Capital Tax Ltd. in Vancouver and Tokyo. Eric is a Canadian and Japan Personal & Corporate tax specialist with more than 15 years of experience in the area of cross border taxation. Eric is charged with overseeing  inbound and outbound tax transactions / optimization for residents and non-residents in multiple jurisdictions.
About the Moderator:
Christopher Dillon

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 four books: Landed Hong Kong (2008), Landed Japan (2010), Landed China (2013) and Landed Global (2014). Earlier this year, he published a second edition of Landed Hong Kong.

A native of Canada, Dillon 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 in Hong Kong. He appears regularly in the international media, as both a contributor and a guest.
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