(Public interest incorporated foundation) Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization November 19, 2022 (Sat) Tokyo venue + online event migration and money (part 2)

(Public interest incorporated foundation) Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization
November 19, 2022 (Saturday) Tokyo venue + online event Migration and Money (Part 2)
“Hey, what should I do about my house?”

Have you ever thought about whether your house is an asset or a load? If you live in an urban area, your home is a great asset. But rural homes are a little different. Knowing the difference between urban real estate and rural real estate, why don’t you consider buying or renting a house? A financial planner will talk about real estate in the countryside, talk about the experiences of senior immigrants who moved to Sakaiminato City and Nichinan Town, where they live in an old private house, and you can also consult with the Tottori Prefectural Hello Work Employment Coordinator. .

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Migration and Money (Part 2) “Hey, what should I do with my house?” When it comes time to move, I am at a loss as to whether to buy or rent a house. The environment is too different to choose based on the same judgment criteria as in the city. Do you want to collect information first to make a migration that doesn’t fail? In the second half of the seminar, we will invite guests who actually live in an old private house to ask about the advantages and disadvantages of living in an old private house.
Guest Advisor
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Takeshi Teshima (Sakaiminato City)
After working at Tottori Prefectural Hello Work, she is now the deputy representative of a high school in the prefecture. Acquired a 60-year-old house built by a temple carpenter, and lives while doing DIY under the theme of Japanese modern.
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Mr. Masao Miyazaki (Nichinan Town)
Moved from Saitama Prefecture. It’s been 10 years since I lived in an old house in Nichinan-cho. In the meantime, he has been actively working on regional revitalization, such as the chairman of the Nichinan Town Tourism Association, and is now retired.

program
[Date and Time] Saturday, November 19 *Advance reservation required [Seminar “Hey, what should I do with my house?”] 13:05-13:35 [The story of Mr. Teshima, who actually lives in an old folk house] 13:35-13:45 [The story of Mr. Miyazaki, who actually lives in an old private house] 13:45-13:55
[Question Corner] 13:55-14:15
[Break] 14:15-14:20
[Individual consultation] 14:20-16:00
(Applicants) (1 frame/30 minutes)
[Holding method] Directly visit the Tokyo venue (Tottori Okayama Shimbashikan 2F), or zoom in from your home or anywhere you like [Participation fee] Free
[Application method] Please apply from the application form of Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization.
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About Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization
We support people who want to work and live in Tottori while cooperating with institutions and municipalities involved in migration and settlement in Tottori. Please feel free to contact us if you want to move, settle down, live in the countryside, or if you want to get a job in IJU turn. In addition, to companies looking for human resources, we introduce people who want IJU turn employment, and support IJU turn employment matching by widely disseminating PR and job information for business offices in the prefecture. .
[Group overview]
Corporate name: Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization Location: 115-1 Ogimachi, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture Dai-ichi Seimei Building 1F in front of Tottori Station
Chairman: Kunihiko Moriya
Established: September 1994
URL: https://furusato.tori-info.co.jp/about/
Business description:
The Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization was established in 1994 to promote IJU turn employment and settlement within the prefecture. I’m here. Since 2012, it has been certified as a “Public Interest Incorporated Foundation” and is working to further enhance its business and strengthen the promotion of immigration (IJU).
[Inquiries from customers]
Furusato Tottori Prefectural Settlement Organization
TEL: [Weekdays 10:00-18:00]
080-2929-9831 (Tamaishi) / 080-1932-8309 (Hashimoto)
Email: t-iju@furusato-tori.org/t-iju2@furusato-tori.org

Details about this release:
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