Niagara Falls, Ontario (PRWEB) February 23, 2015
IsleVision’s updated website IsleVision.ca offers the public its first glimpse at the Honduran based property management firm’sLa Ceiba vacation condo Calm Waters Resort. It also unveils the firm’s introductory pricing plans.
The 99 unit condo facility, along with its 16 surrounding villas, is being offered to new customers with a promotional 0% APR financing and only requiring a $1,000 USD deposit to reserve a unit. A $250 credit for onsite amenities is offered for referrals, and a 15% discount of the purchase price is available for customers who buy without financing.
IsleVision is taking a unique approach to vacation home ownership. Instead of focusing on immediate profits from the sale of their units, they have instead decided to focus on long-term profits made from the revenue that they hope to garner by renting the vacation condos owned by their customers when their customers are not using them. This plan will generate profits for IsleVision as well as the individual condo unit owners.
With most units being priced around $85,000, IsleVision does not expect to make a huge profit margin from the sale of its units, but instead is banking on the fact that their unit’s low-cost, their property’s prime location next to the Caribbean Sea, as well as the amenity rich nature of the resort will cause their units to sell out fast.
This is a rare and golden opportunity for those investors that are fortunate enough to grab these condos while they’re available. Not only is their projected 27-28% rate of return above the industry average, but the initial investment is so low that that they’ll see their investment return within 2-5 years tops! Those who buy two can live in one and make a living with the second, without doing any work.
Speaking about IsleVision’s unique approach to vacation rental properties, Damon Ebanks, Property Development Manager, said, “Many vacation resort property developers focus on squeezing as much money as they can out of every single one of the units they sell. They do this by cutting corners and overcharging for their property.” He adds, “While in the short term this approach may seem smart, in the long run as their customers see the low-quality of the materials used in construction and realize that they have been overcharged for their vacation unit, they become disillusioned.”
Damon and his team at IsleVision take an approach to selling vacation rental properties that they refer to as the “smart idiot’s approach.” When asked what he meant by this term, Damon said, “From the standpoint of our competition, the price that we are offering our units at first seems idiotic. However, we feel that our focus on long-term profits and developing lasting relationships with Caribbean vacationers is the smart move that will lead to success.”
The Calm Waters Resort is located in the city of El Porvenir, Honduras and includes all inclusive amenities, like an upscale and bistro style restaurants featuring North American, Asian, and Central American dishes, an on-site 40 seat movie theater, a gym, spa, pool, a gaming room, excursions, coffee cafe, a fully stocked grocery store, and facilities for fully catered events. The resort is surrounded by the Caribbean beach, the beautiful Coloradito River, and the mountains of Pico Bonito National Park.