Real Estate
Homely haven now ready for grasp
  • | Vietnam Investment Review | 15:34 - 22/9/2016

The official launch of Camelia Homes- the latest real estate product of renowned Malaysia-backed developer Gamuda Land Vietnam- is slated to take place this upcoming weekend (September 24) at 9am at Gamuda Gardens Club in Hanoi-based award-winning integrated township Gamuda Gardens, with special attractive promotions available for early-bird registrations.

With Camelia Homes, Gamuda Land Vietnam has come closer to its goal of establishing a homely haven. With price from only VND6.9 billion ($315,000)/unit, the developer introduces attractive promotional schemes for customers on the launch day.

Accordingly, people reserving Camelia Homes before and on the official launch of September 24, 2016, will receive 500 million ($22,800) in rebate, three year-free management fee and three year- Gamuda Gardens Club membership.

Additionally, five lucky customers have the chance of receiving valuable Lucky Draw prizes on the official launch, such as rebates up to VND300 million ($13,700), iPhone 6 and electronic appliance voucher worth VND10 million ($455).

In nearly a decade of establishment in Vietnam, Gamuda Land Vietnam has always strived to bring customers fully integrated lifestyle residences, located within a wholesome and affable community.

That dream is starting to come true, due to the relentless following of the company’s philosophy: Design Quality, Community and Amenities, Healthy Lifestyle, Safety and Security.

In the pursuit of a “homely haven”, Gamuda Gardens township has gradually transformed into a reality; the real estate products of phase 1 and phase 2 of the project such as Botanic precinct, Tropical precinct, The ONE Residence, The TWO Residence, etc., have been introduced to customers step by step.

Following the trend of life quality improvement, people’s first priority has become the enhancement of their own homes, due to the fact that many Vietnamese dream has been “to live and work in peace and contentment” for a very long time.



A few years ago, a nice home only needs to have enough living space for family members, be situated at a convenient location, close to work. When people are able to afford nicer things, they start to care about house renovation such as equipment, design, landscape, etc.

However, the disadvantage born from economic development is the rapid rate of industrialisation, leading to lesser greenery, overcrowding in city centre while the demand for green living space becomes higher and higher.

As a result, a dream house is now required to possess: modern design with private residence and fresh atmosphere, integrated amenities and facilities, in addition to security and safety.

In order to achieve this modern dream, many families have built resorts on the outskirts of towns or city neighborhood. In these places, they have spacious, serene homes with lots of surrounding greenery and less cost.

Nevertheless, travelling inconvenience and the fact that not every family member can be present at the residence daily, as well as having to take care of two homes at once take a toll on many families.

Another solution for this issue at the moment is green urban areas. These projects are located not very far from city centre, have comprehensive planning and are designed to blend perfectly with the surrounding greenery.

Parks, gardens, lakes and walking paths envelop the building blocks, bringing a relaxed and peaceful feeling. Moreover, amenities such as recreational club house, schools, shopping malls and convenience stores are developed to ensure customers’ ways of life and entertainment needs.

Moreover, in recent years, the immense technological advances have improved people’s living habits and home facilities. Following this growing trend, with Camelia Homes – the latest product of Gamuda Land Vietnam, the Malaysian-backed developer officially introduces Gamuda SmartLife package, the special promotional schemes offered exclusively for customers purchasing these products.

One of the most attractive offers of Gamuda SmartLife package is SmartHome system, installed free-of-charge for every Camelia Homes unit, with the total value up to VND70 million ($3,200).

The benefits of this system have proven to be very popular in developed countries. This SmartHome system allows users to take control of all household devices wherever they are, by just few simple clicks on the touch screens of smart phones and personal tablets.

This translates to safety enhancement for homes and cost saving because residents no longer have to worry about forgetting to turn off a switch, or lock the doors, etc. The devices can also be preset to act based on certain scripts, such as “coming home”, “welcoming guest”, “relaxing”, etc. Child activities at home can be also monitored, intervened or supported when needed.



Additionally, the Gamuda SmartLife package includes one-year free Internet and cable TV, with an attractive insurance programme.

The insurance offer include an accident insurance package with the compensation rate up to VND9 billion ($410,000) and a home insurance package with value up to entire construction price of the house.

Residents are compensated for any damages made to the house (if any), including fire, lightning, gas explosion, etc. This is also an incentive for customers who intend to take out mortgage loans.

For more information, please contact Hotline 043 944 9898 or visit Website www.gamudacity.com.vn.

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