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DECEMBER 7, 2015: SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA — International Land Alliance, Inc. (“ILA” or the “Company”) today announced that it has invested into its future by creating a new division to deliver manufactured housing throughout Northern Baja California. The nature of modular home construction today delivers unique benefits that traditional home construction does not, especially significantly more structural integrity because the modules are built to be transported and installed as a unit. The home is constructed in a controlled environment, no matter what the season, by professionals experienced with the same prefabrication process instead of moving from one construction site to another and working on a wide variety of homes in all types of weather. Modular homes are both environment-friendly and very affordable, incorporating environmentally friendly materials such as recycled rubber, re-used shipping containers, re-usable steel and sustainably-harvested wood. Ground-breaking designs give you the liberty of a custom designed home an affordable luxury.

Jason Sunstein, Vice President, commented: “Modular homes are a much safer and stronger choice when it comes to coastal living, and our model homes will showcase all the great options and features that are available. We plan to open our sales office with model homes in the first quarter of 2016. This office will also serve as an additional sales office for the Company’s residential properties.”

As previously announced, the Company has completed its audit and final attorney review in preparation for the filing of a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in December 2015, relating to a proposed initial public offering (IPO) of its common stock.

 

About International Land Alliance, Inc.

International Land Alliance, Inc. is an international land investment and development firm based in San Diego, California. The Company is focused on valuable raw land in Northern Baja California. We devote considerable time and resources to seeking out the finest sites available, often within driving distance from Southern California, to build a compelling portfolio of gorgeous properties which provide a diversity of investment and living options. Northern Baja California is rapidly attracting a lot of international attention and is fast becoming one of the most popular tourism, residential and retirement destinations. Land prices are still relatively low, but with the recent arrival of thousands of retirees and second home buyers land prices are expected to see a significant increase.

 

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CONTACT:

Jim Ammons

Direct: 832.458.0452/Toll Free: 877.661.4811/Email: jim@internationallandalliance.com

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