Do you like that view in the photo above? That the view where we stay the first night of a Panama Relocation Tour! It’s about 20 minutes west of Coronado. One thing you’ll hear over and over again is how much everyone on the tour loves the places where we stay and the amazing meals during the tour. Of course, they also appreciate our big super comfortable bus with reclining seats, individual climate controls and huge windows to enjoy the beautiful views of Panama. We have a professional driver the the entire tour so we can focus 100% of our attention on YOU and not driving. Your safety and comfort is our #1 priority!
Since 2010 we’ve been doing Panama Relocation Tours. We’ve completed 122 relocation tours and helped more than 1200 people relocate to Panama. We have the experience you can trust, and need, when moving to Panama.
Q & A Conference Call Replay
Thank you to the 357 people who were on the live Q & A conference call about moving to Panama. The replay of the August 22nd call is available below. We had a lot of questions so the call lasted about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Ever Saturday since the pandemic began we’ve been hosting a weekly conference call to either interview people who live in Panama or to answer your questions about moving to Panama. Our next conference call is Saturday, August 29th.
TIME: 5pm Central (6pm Eastern, 4pm Mountain, 3pm Pacific)
ACCESS CODE: 120440#
Click on the link below to listen to the replay of the last Q & A conference call
Special Report About Panama’s Future
Today, my friend Bob Adams published a special report about where Panama is now and what the future looks like post-Covid. He gave me permission to share the report with you. Bob has lived in Panama City for 16 years and has spent the last 50 years analyzing economies and governments worldwide. He knows how to read the economic indicators and make sense of it. Click on the link below to read the report. I want to draw special attention to two warnings that Bob has in this report – real estate sales and business sales. Lately, we’ve seen a lot of crazy claims about real estate opportunities (both residential and agriculture) with crazy claims of guaranteed returns. And we’ve seen “business broker” come out of the woodwork all the sudden. BEWARE of them both. Prices are coming down and I anticipate that they will come down a lot more over the next 24 months. As always, we highly recommend that you live in Panama for at least 6-12 months before you even think about making a buying decision for real estate and certainly for a business.