Monthly Archives: August 2013

Real Estate Construction and Property Management in Trujillo Honduras

If you have visited Trujillo, Honduras recently and are considering it as a place to spend your retirement, then you are most likely familiar with Jaguar Construction. If not, then let me tell you a bit about us.

Jaguar Construction is a premium builder in Trujillo, Honduras. As North Americans, we understand that you expect the highest quality of client service and in your finished product no matter where you choose to build or live, especially as an investment or for your retirement.  With that in mind, Jaguar Construction not only builds homes to the North American standards standards but also offers you a full suite of services from architectural design, engineered blueprints and on-site management to ensure you receive a finished product you can enjoy for generations.

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Casa 59 construction near completion

Have a look at our large gallery for more photos of our homes and construction process.  You can also look at some of our current floor plans here.

We are also extremely proud to be the exclusive builder for Desarollos Vision de Vida (Life Vision Developments), Trujillo Bay area’s premier and largest developer. Please visit their website to view their past and current projects.

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Views from Casa 17, Campa Vista overlooking the Bay

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Stainless steel appliances and locally handcrafted cabinetry

If you have any questions whatsoever about Jaguar Construction or about building your beautiful new dream home in Trujillo, we are happy to help. You can contact us here, no job is too big or too small.

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Casa 15 in Alta Vista Beach

Remember, owning any asset anywhere requires long term maintenance, care and improvements to ensure that your investment maintains or grows in value. In a tropical country this is even more important. Humidity, lack of use, critters and more are common issues for any tropical property no matter where it’s located.

For those folks who aren’t quite ready to retire full time in their beautiful new tropical home, passive income to help subsidize the costs of the home until that day comes, can be a great option.

Both of these considerations have a solution here in Trujillo, Honduras and come recommended by Jaguar Construction.

Trujillo Property Services is a local property management company owned and operated by Canadian Cathy Bernier.  Here are small sample of the services they offer…

  1. Monthly Maintenance Inspections Program
  2. Vacation Rental Services
  3. Welcome Home Services

For more info contact Cathy.bernier@trujillopropertyservices.com or click here.

Life Vision, Campo Del Mar & Banana Coast Tours Announces Trujillo Artist’s Competition

Jaguar Construction is so proud to support and promote Trujillo’s Artist Competition brought to you by Life Vision, Campo del Mar and Banana Coast Tours.

Campo del Mar would make an excellent place to showcase some of Trujillo’s local artists. It’s such a unique and beautiful piece of Trujillo, here in Honduras. Have a look at some of our photos of the Park. We think you will agree.

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Visitors to Campo del Mar Park enjoying the animals

Campo del Mar's colorouf sign

Campo del Mar’s colorful sign

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Campo del Mar’s on site biologist Gretel, feeds Marilyn the Sloth with Nala looking over her shoulder Photo: Jim Milne

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Campo del Mar’s stunning water fountain of sea horses

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Colorful Macaws at Campo Del Mar Park, Trujillo, Honduras

 

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Campo del Mar’s beautiful flowers Photo: Jim Milne

For contest and sponsor details:

Campo del Mar, Banana Coast Tours and Desarollos Vision de Vida are excited to announce the upcoming Artistic Botanical Competition!

Campo del Mar Nature Park has been designed to showcase the best of Honduras through Native Flora and Fauna.  Our Botanical Gardens are well under way and the flowers are growing like…um…weeds.

Inspired by the Natural Beauty and amazingly talented local Artisans we have come up with this Competition.

THE COMPETITION

Create a permanent outdoor artistic impression or expression of an element or elements of Trujillo or Honduras (historical, cultural, natural, or notable) using any medium (metal, wood, concrete, fiberglass, glass, ceramic, or other man made material) or combination of mediums, while incorporating flowers and plants of Honduras and other natural elements.

THE PLACE

Campo del Mar Park System will allocate an area of a minimum of 200 square meters within the Botanical Gardens to create the work and permanently display it with the artist or group name prominently displayed to the public.  The park is open from 8am to 4pm 7 days a week.

THE RULES

Applications must include:

  • Artistic background and other qualifying information.
  •  Theme or story of the display in 30 words or less.
  • Draft depiction of the display.

Applications must be submitted by August 1st, 2013.

15 finalists will be chosen from all applicants on August 18th, 2013.

Finalists will have until October 13th to build and complete their display.

Each finalist will be provided a budget of L. 10,000 for purchase of materials not able to be sourced from natural materials or otherwise obtained.

Each display must include:

  • A minimum of one sculpture or center piece.
  • A minimum of 50% of the area must be natural plants or flowers.

Finalists will be responsible to maintain their display until judging on December 1st, 2013 to ensure its longevity and maturity.

There is no limit to assistance from others, tools that can be used, or who can apply.

Applications & submissions can be made in the offices of Desarollos Vision de Vida, Campo del Mar, Municipalities of Trujillo and Santa Fe, as well as via email at: mark@campodelmar.com and martine@campodelmar.com

THE JUDGES

May consist of representatives from the Municipalities of Santa Fe and Trujillo, Department of Anthropology, College of Architects, Campo del Mar, College of Fine Arts, the Chamber of Commerce, the College of Engineering, and independent Honduran artists.

This is no small event, the prizes are HUGE!!!

First Prize – L. 100,000

Second Prize – L. 50,000

13 Finalists – L. 10,000 per finalist