Camella extends ‘Lucky 888’

February 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

Thursday, January 26, 2012

 

WITH the successful week-long run of its “Lucky 888” promo for the Chinese New Year, Camella spreads the luck to more homebuyers by extending the promo until tomorrow.

“More Camella homebuyers are in luck as they can still avail of the lowest packages for Camella Northpoint studio units,” said Bella Comidoy, Camella Davao marketing staff. Camella will hold a grand Buyers Night tomorrow at Camella Northpoint to cater those who want to beat the end of the promo.

With only a few units left in Camella Northpoint’s third building still at pre-selling prices, there is good reason for buyers to rush to get their studio units through the ‘Lucky 888’ promo. This triple promo offers studio units at an all-time low reservation fee of P8,000, a huge drop from the original rate of P30,000.

Tripling the homebuyer’s luck is the 8 percent discount on the down payment and the reduced down payment rate of P8,000 for the first eight months of the 18-month stretched down payment term. Camella urges buyers to take advantage of the ‘Lucky 888’ before they commence construction of the 10-storey condo building.

“This is the chance for those who want to own the city’s most premiere address to acquire their studio units before prices go up once development starts,” Comidoy said, adding that they entertain all inquiries at 222-0963 and 222-5223.

Excavation and actual construction of Camella Northpoint’s third building is expected to begin in February, with a target completion date within the middle of 2013. Once construction starts, prices are seen to increase and down payment terms are shortened.

Camella Northpoint is a British colonial-themed condo community that is another landmark development of Camella, subsidiary of the largest homebuilder in the country, Vista Land & Lifescapes.

Its well-appointed studio units remain the best choice for those looking for single-room homes. Studio units are versatile, serving the needs of many types of unit owners, from young professionals, newlyweds, corporate executives, start-up families, entrepreneurs, transient students, even empty-nesters.

Its location at the junction of J.P. Laurel and Buhangin Road makes it strategically located to be at the pulse of north Davao’s growth area. With the continuing development in this part of the city, Northpoint homeowners have everything they need within close reach.

Camella Northpoint is a class by itself, with its deluxe facilities and amenities such as its clubhouse named Wakefield Manor, a fitness gym, cabanas and grill pits, a salinated wellness pool, open parks, playground, manicured lawns, sculpted landscapes, lush pocket gardens and the preserved Acacia trees.

It is the only condo community in the city that is filled with imported Caribbean pine trees, further greening its environs and giving off a cool, pine-scented ambiance. It is managed by a professional property management team that keeps the whole property in top-notch shape and ensures its residents are safe and sound under a tight 24/7 security system enhanced with CCTVs.

The grand Buyers Night on Saturday will have an acoustic band to entertain homebuyers as they avail of the last run of Camella’s Lucky 888. Inquiries are also welcome at their offices at 2/F Delgar Building (behind Phoenix station), J.P. Laurel Ave., Davao City, or at vismin@camella.com.ph (email) and www.camella.com.ph. (PR)

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 27, 2012.

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/davao/lifestyle/2012/01/26/camella-extends-lucky-888-202731

www.camella.com.ph

 

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