The World's Crossroads
Panama City, especially, is showing signs of strain, thanks to the pressures accompanying all this rapid growth. But the Panamanians are working hard to improve their infrastructure to keep up.
Meantime, be you in the market for a new home or a good investment, Panama should be at the very top of your list. The secret is to understand that Panama is not one market, but many. Panama City, for example, is over-priced, over-hyped, and over-played. Now is not the time to shop for a pre-construction buy in one of this city's many high-rise aparmtent towers, for example.
Boquete, too, in the country's highlands, is too known and too pricey for our tastes.
Best buy in the country today? Pacific beachfront well beyond the capital city, in particular along both the east and (thinking earlier-in and offering the potential for a bigger pay-off longer term) the west coast of the country's Azuero Peninsula.
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