Cam communities

24 Dec

There's a perfect Camella home, depending on one's income and geography.

The #1 Home Builder Camella roots as home builder date back to the seventies with the first development project undertaken by founder Manny B. Over 30 years later, Camella has become the biggest developer of residential communities for the low and affordable segment in the Philippines.

Camella is the top-of-mind choice among average-income Filipino families and even among the Overseas Filipino market.

To date, Camella has sold more than 200,000 homes through more than 87 projects, earning Camella the title of The Most Preferred Home Builder among the B and C socioeconomic classes.

It takes less than 10 minutes to get to your favorite restaurants, shops and malls.

Exclusive schools and well-equipped hospitals are nearby.

With its prime location in BF Resort Village, Camella Del Rio is very accessible via SLEX, Alabang-Zapote Road, and Costal Road.

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