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Camhomes unveils D’Seaview development ahead of official launch

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Camhomes unveils D’Seaview development ahead of official launch

Following weeks of anticipation, Camhomes will officially launch its brand and open its Phnom Penh sales office to the public this Saturday (September 26), with a grand opening ceremony at its Canadia Tower headquarters presided over by Samdech Kralahom Sar Kheng, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of the Royal Government of Cambodia.

After the official launch, Camhomes is inviting potential buyers to join its innovative queue system and secure their place in line to buy a quality, affordable Camhomes property. The queue will be open to the public from 11am on Saturday.
But it’s more than just a sales office that is being unveiled by Camhomes this week.

The company is also releasing details of the first Camhomes development to be built in the Kingdom - the D’Seaview complex just minutes away from Sokha Beach in Sihanoukville.

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New families, young professionals and other prospective buyers will have the chance to secure one of the beautifully appointed units on offer at D’Seaview from as little as $675 per square metre.

D’Seaview will boast state-of-the-art facilities including a swimming pool, a fitness centre and sauna, function rooms and a children’s playground, all catering to a modern family lifestyle and all with a view over the ocean.

Those interested in securing one of the spacious apartments at D’Seaview, or at one of the company’s upcoming projects in Phnom Penh and other major urban centers, should hurry down to the Camhomes sales office after 11am on Saturday morning to join the queue before it’s too late.

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During the launch Camhomes will also be opening its product showroom, where prospective buyers can get a feel for the quality and craftsmanship that will go in to the apartments at D’Seaview and all upcoming Camhomes developments.

Camhomes, part of leading Singaporean property developer HLH Group Ltd, is developing dignified housing solutions for Cambodia’s middle-income market, and will adopt Singapore’s phenomenally successful queue system to ensure fairness and transparency.

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Joining the queue will also put you in line for a variety of other exciting benefits. Everyone who takes a number will be entered into a lucky draw, and will have the chance to win one of a number of attractive prizes.

To find out more call 023 98 58 28, visit the website, like the company on Facebook or simply come along to the sales office in Phnom Penh’s Canadia Tower to speak to a Camhomes representative.


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