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renting in Panama

se qlquila for rent
September 27, 2020
Renting in Panama- The Do’s and Do Not’s from a Pro
With so many people planning to move to Panama and looking for a rental, I thought you could use some advise from a pro!  So, I asked my friend...
net listings in panama
October 7, 2019
Beware of NET Listings in Panama
In Panama, some things are done in a different way than you are familiar with. A good example is real estate sales and rental listings.  In Panama, it’s common...
Jacqi
March 11, 2015
Single Women Becoming Expats in Panama
Single women and men are on just about every Panama Relocation Tour.  Some decide to make the move right away and others need to sell houses, retire from their...
3 ways to discover Panama
January 27, 2015
Three Ways to Discover Panama
There are three ways you can discover Panama. You can sit in a stuffy conference room in Panama City to hear presentations by speakers who were hand-picked to tell...
pros and cons in panama
October 29, 2014
Pros and Cons of Living in an Expat Community
An expat community is a town that has a high concentration of expatriates or expats. Relocating to Panama will be much easier if you move to a community where...
July 25, 2014
13 Things the Offshore Gurus Will NOT Tell You About Panama
Ask 100 expats what their life is like in Panama, you will get 100 different answers.  Their perspective depends on where they live, how patient they are, and how...
September 23, 2013
Panama Relocation Tours – Day 2
By Richard Detrich, Author of Escape to Paradise After breakfast at Sheraton Bijao overlooking the pools and ocean, the group boarded our bus to get on the Pan American...
March 27, 2013
Cost of Living in Boquete Panama
What does it cost to live in Boquete?  That’s the question I get asked most often.  And it’s the most important question you need the answer to before you...
renting in panama
September 1, 2012
Renting in Panama
So you’ve decided to live in Panama for an extended time to see if it’s right for you. And you’re going to heed the universal advice given to expats...