Designed for an affluent Hong Kong and Singapore membership base, LUXLife has identified their first round of property acquisitions with a focus on villas and residences in high valued areas for their audience, beginning extensively in the east before expanding to North America, Australia, and the Caribbean.
According to the club, these initial properties will include:
- Bali, Indonesia
- Phuket/Koh Samui, Thailand
- China Beach, Vietnam
- Niseko, Japan
- Sentosa, Singapore
- Gold Coast/Barrier Reef, Australia
- Whistler, Canada
- Nevis, Caribbean
LUXLife plans to limit their total membership to just 399 members with exclusive access to a portfolio of between 50 and 60 villas and private residences.
Unlike the majority of other destination clubs, the value of the collected real estate factors into the value of the membership. "Membership value is synchronised with the increasing value of the planned real estate portfolio of over 50 signature villas and luxury real estate properties to be owned by the club," says President Gary Ferraro. "Membership holds great potential for significant return-on-investment and appreciation of the membership value."
At their August of 2009 launch, LUXLife published three properties available exclusively members, each in the club's target areas. The launch properties included a four bedroom, oceanfront villa at the St. Regis Resort in Bali, a four bedroom residence with pool and terrace in Phuket, and a four bedroom condominium in towers of The Oceanfront at Sentosa in Singapore.
LUXLife plans to offer significant savings, privileges, and travel benefits to an exclusive invitation only 50 Founding Members. As membership grows, check back frequently to read more about the club's properties and new acquisitions.
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