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Buying Property in Japan

April 12, 2021 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM UTC+9


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Event Description

Interested in buying property in Japan? This event with two speakers who have lived in Japan for a combined 38+ years is for you.

Henry Seals will discuss how to access loans and use your home as a long-term asset. He will explain how he bought three properties in Japan while not being a Japanese citizen, of which two of those properties were purchased without a Japanese spouse.

Alison Rodgers will talk about the process she went through to build her home in Japan.

If you are interested in Japanese real estate and how to make an investment in your future abroad, make this event a priority!

About Your Speakers:

Henry Seals has spent over 25 years in Japan helping companies and individuals find success, overcome obstacles, and make a difference in society. He was born in West Virginia, USA, and attended Harvard University where he majored in East Asian Studies. After studying at Kyoto University, Henry graduated and began his career as an IT consultant in Japan where he supported numerous Silicon Valley companies as the IT lead and CIO for Asia. He has held executive positions in several cutting-edge technology start-ups and went on to publish his book, “Making It In Japan.” Henry became a naturalized Japanese citizen and was appointed as the first naturalized Japan Human Rights Commissioner in 2020. A father of five daughters, in his free time Henry enjoys spending time with his children, gaming, and music.

Alison Rodgers moved to Japan in 2004 where she has worked in early education, ESL, and curriculum writing. Her strengths lie in cross-cultural and interdepartmental communication. She is skilled in conflict resolution, team motivation, and bringing ideas to fruition. She is personally invested in preserving, teaching, and promoting the culture and contributions of Americans of African descent. This proud Spelman Graduate earned a B.A. in Spanish/Latin American Studies and wholeheartedly supports cultural immersion. As Membership Director, Alison wants to both acquire and share knowledge with her fellow Legacy Foundation Japan members.

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April 12, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM UTC+9
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