Want to buy property in Hong Kong, but donat know where to start? Itas easier than you think. Over five years, Christopher Dillonaa unilingual expatabought and renovated an office, an apartment and a factory in Hong Kong.Based on this experience he wrote Landed: The expatriateas guide to buying and renovating property in Hong Kong. Landed Hong Kong explains how properties are bought and sold. It introduces the players and the parts of the buying process that are unique to Hong Kong. It profiles the neighborhoods that are popular with expatriates, and outlines alternatives to investing in residential property. And it looks at how to successfully renovate your new property, using case studies with budgets and lessons learned. Landed Hong Kong concludes with a list of resources covering everything from architects to utilities.HOME ELECTRONICS If you are renovating, Towngas or one of its contractors will install new gas pipes as well as gas-powered appliances ... (LAN) for your computer system, as well as wiring for telephone, home theater, cable television, remote-access and alarm systems. ... Youa#39;ll want to keep track of your ideas, notes and pictures as the project progresses, as well as receipts, warranties, invoices andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Landed: The expatriate's guide to buying and renovating property in Hong Kong|
|Publisher||:||Dillon Communications Ltd - 2008|