Dana Point CA— International Surf Properties (ISP), working under Coldwell Banker brokerage, announced on Wednesday that the group is embarking on a collaboration with Bali Style, importers of “Mana Living” modular homes and Balinese home furnishings, to offer international property buyers a unique, custom home-building concept.
According to ISP president and international real estate expert, Jim Habig, “We’re working with a diverse group of international property owners and developers in tropical, remote locations. And it can be a challenge to build using conventional construction methods and materials. Bali Style’s beautiful modular home concept offers our clients stylish and cost-effective customized building alternatives.”
Henry Ford, director of business development for ISP, believes home buyers are going to appreciate the convenience, quality materials, and interior design options this new collaboration will offer.
“Not only does this modular building concept streamline the construction process in remote destinations, but it also provides sexy, turnkey options for fully outfitting a vacation or resort rental home. Home packages can include furniture, fixtures and artwork from Bali that perfectly suit each home’s Balinese-inspired architecture,” Ford said.
Bali Style / Mana Living founder and CEO, Cayo Junco, sees the new collaborative venture as a creative and flexible way to give international buyers the elusive combination of custom home designs and affordability.
“Property owners may choose from a wide range of existing designs and floor plans to build custom solutions, while benefiting from the reduced costs of quality, solid wood construction materials imported from Indonesia,” Junco said. “ISP has lots for sale in Central America starting in the $25k to $35k range, and we have several entry level modular home models starting at under $100k. These prices are reminiscent of coastal home values in Costa Rica 15 to 20 years ago.”
Currently, ISP is marketing a diverse range of single-residence lots, vacation homes, rental properties, and income producing resorts in coveted surfing and vacation destinations, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Mexico, Panama, and Indonesia. For more information, visit www.internationalsurfproperties.com