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I’m delighted to announce that the latest installment in the Landed series will be released in late 2012.
Landed China features a new look and lots of useful information on the world’s most dynamic real estate market.
I was interviewed about the Hong Kong property market in the March edition of biz.hk, the Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (PDF, 2.5MB).
On Thursday, January 12, I’ll be delivering a joint presentation at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce on buying industrial property in Hong Kong.
I’ll be sharing the stage with Brian Brown from Shogi Capital and Wayal Chiu from Colliers International.
The presentation will be of particular interest to anyone who’s thought about converting one of Hong Kong’s old factory buildings into a loft apartment.
More information and registration here.
My December 10, 2011, presentation at the Smart Property Expo in Hong Kong is now on YouTube.
Viewers on the mainland can watch the video on Youku.
Earlier presentations are available here.
On Saturday, December 10, I’ll be speaking at the Smart Investment & International Property Expo at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
My presentation, which features practical information for expats buying property in Hong Kong, starts at 12:30. There will be lots of time for Q&A afterward.
Admission is free and more information is available here.
You can watch previous presentations here.
The presentation on real estate options for small businesses that I delivered to the American Chamber of Commerce on November 10 is now available on YouTube.
Real Estate Japan has released highlights of the webinar we did in December 2010.
You can watch the three-minute Youtube video here.
For viewers in China, my real estate presentations are now available on Youku.com.
The June 5, 2010, speech about buying a home in Hong Kong is available here.
The November 17, 2010, presentation on buying property in Japan is here.
More videos will be added shortly.
When I started the Landed series of books, I focused on Hong Kong and used www.landed.hk as the project’s website. As Landed grew beyond Hong Kong, I moved everything to www.landedbook.com.
Effective today, www.landed.hk is no longer operational.