NZ Property Market Update - this Thursday 3 May
Thursday, 3rd May 2018 at TBD
Location: Suzuki Cafe, 103-105 First Floor, Infinitus Plaza, 199 Des Voeux Rd Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
This event is in the past.
Following his two presentations in HK last year, Alan Henderson of Erskine & Owen will again give us in a Hong Kong a very informative talk on the outlook for the NZ Property Market. The last update held at Antipodean Coffee, was very well attended by many who all had a strong interest in NZ property, and with the presentation by Alan being followed by a very extensive question and answer session. Expect the same and more this May!
What: Erskine + Owen NZ Property Market Update.
When: Thursday 3 May 2018 6.30pm (Presentation starts 7.00pm)
Where: Suzuki Cafe, 103-105 First Floor, Infinitus Plaza, 199 Des Voeux Rd Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong - Right Above Sheung Wan MTR Exit E5 (Right next to Antipodean Coffee location).
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