Camella fast-tracks Mintal development project

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

CAMELLA is fast tracking development of its ambitious residential project in Mintal called Camella Cerritos by starting house construction in the fourth quarter of the year.

With all permits and licenses secured, Camella Cerritos’ land development has been in full swing, completing 35 percent in just two months. This momentum is set to escalate towards the yearend as over 100 homes are ready for construction in this Mediterranean-inspired master plan community.

“We develop our projects very fast; our buyers do not have to wait for two to three years for the roads and facilities to be finished. With the entire budget for Camella Cerritos already earmarked, its massive development will take off within the year,” Marlon B. Escalicas, Camella Davao general manager, said..

“Not only that, our buyers do not have to worry about validity of their ownership in Camella Cerritos because our titles are clean and do not have any encumbrances. In fact, we shall soon commence title segregation for our individual lots,” he added.

As the land development in Camella Cerritos picks up its pace, the roads have been upgraded by using six inches of concrete and elevated up to one meter higher. Drainage system is carefully planned to rule out flooding and essential trees are preserved and will be augmented to keep the environment lush and make Camella Cerritos a green, healthy community.

Camella’s vision for Cerritos as a self sustaining community will soon take shape, as the its commercial group is on the final stages of planning a commercial area with a mall as a centerpiece located right in front of the subdivision.

The commercial development will cater primarily to Camella Cerritos, complementing its superior facilities and amenities and making it a city within a city.

This development is seen to spur urban growth in Mintal and turn it into a self-contained area ideal for family and community living.

“Camella does not just build houses; we build communities. Homeowners will find everything they need for a quiet, enjoyable living in Cerritos, from the clubhouse, swimming pool, multi-purpose courts, to the shuttle service and 24/7 security system,” Escalicas said.

Camella strengthens its leading position in the industry by gaining a substantial share in the real estate market, creating a presence in emerging areas, and building the Camella brand as a real benchmark for high quality homes at the best local prices in the most prime locations.

It prides itself in delivering on their commitments no matter the cost, as seen in its master planned developments, the Caribbean-themed Solariega and Italian-inspired Toscana, two of the most successful developments in Davao.

With 15 years of continued growth in Davao, Camella enjoys a reputable track record of accomplishment backed up by its solid financial capability.

Its presence in its developments beyond construction phase primes up the value of the properties, translating to bigger returns for their homeowners. These are qualities that Escalicas advises buyers to look for in a developer.

“Be a smart buyer and anchor your decision to buy a home on a developer that delivers on its commitments. Look at their existing projects to see if they built what they promised, and if these were executed well,” Escalicas said.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on August 19, 2011.

www.camella.com.ph

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