Rent or own - the choice is yours

Surrey’s newest retirement community that you can own.

Typically, senior living properties only offer rental options for its residents. At Camellia Residences, we offer the rare opportunity of home ownership for residents and investors. Investors of Camellia Residences are entitled to steady, long-term rental income in one of the most robust and sought-after sectors of the real estate market where vacancy rates are near 0%.

To get started, please download our Price Range Sheet.

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For more information, get in contact with one of our Retirement Living Specialists.


Senior population in Surrey, B.C.


B.C. senior population ratio

OVER 2,000

Total number of beds


Average waitlist


Vacancy rate

Senior living market


Leave the rest to us

All investment homes are professionally managed by the operator, ATL Senior Living, who will be responsible for tenancy matters and for finding the perfect tenants for your suite.

Higher returns

Investors may purchase multiple units at a time for a higher return, for which they may be entitled to purchaser incentives.

Ask about our Multiple Units Incentive

Peace of Mind

Risk is often the primary concern for any investment and as such, we have devised various methods to minimize risk for our investors.

Why invest in Camellia Residences?

Why invest in
Camellia Residences?

High cap rate

Higher cap rate than most other types of strata rental investments including retail, office, warehouses, and presale condos.

Low risk

With near zero vacancy rates in the retirement living market, investors’ risk is minimized.

Long-term holding

Investors may hold on to their investments for as long as they wish, generating high income all the while.

Low maintenance

Under professional management by ATL Senior Living and its team of retirement living specialists, investors are free to focus on other ventures.

Robust target market

The rapid increase of the 55+ population ensures that the senior living market remains robust and communities alike are never short on tenants.