How to buy or rent a Hong Kong office





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Published on Nov 11, 2011

How to buy or rent a Hong Kong office, by Christopher Dillon author of the Landed series of real estate books. This video covers:
- Cheap Hong Kong offices for micro-businesses and start-ups in Hong Kong, including swapping desk space for services and using the public library
- Renting space in a Hong Kong serviced office, including security and accessibility, and the tradeoffs between a convenient location, luxurious surroundings and prices
- How to rent a Hong Kong office, including commissions, taxes, finding a competent real estate agent, and the differences between large and small landlords
- Typical lease terms when you rent a Hong Kong office, including deposits, management fees and government rates (property tax)
- Fitting out your rented or purchased office, including air conditioning, fire sprinklers, the role of the Hong Kong Buildings Department, problems with nominated contractors, and hiring a designer and contractor
- An explanation of Hong Kong’s system for grading office space, from Grade A to Grade C
- How to buy a Hong Kong office, including taxes, fees and the process of evaluating a potential office, including the building’s age, location and maintenance
- Sample costs for a serviced office, a rented office and a purchased office
- A case study of the purchase of a small Hong Kong office

A transcript of this presentation is available at http://landedbook.com/2011/11/10/how-...

For more information, visit http://landedbook.com/landed-hong-kong/

This presentation was delivered to the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong on November 10, 2011.


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