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    2018 Live and Invest in Panama Home Conference Kit

    Live and Invest in Panama Conference 2018
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    2018 Live and Invest in Panama Home Conference Kit

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    Our Panama Home Conference Kit is the most in-depth resource that you’ll find anywhere about living, retiring, investing, or doing business in Panama. This massive kit contains every presentation made during our recent Live and Invest in Panama Conference, including panels with some of the top experts and expats who have years of experience in the country.

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  • Albrook and Clayton, Panama City, Panama

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    Albrook and Clayton, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the areas of Albrook and Clayton, Panama City.

    Both Albrook and Clayton originated as part of the Panama Canal Zone. The infrastructure and neighborhoods were built by U.S. engineers to be used by the U.S. armed forces. When the U.S. government turned the Panama Canal over to the Panamanians 10 years ago, Clayton and Albrook came as part of the package. In the decade since, these two communities have developed into quiet, peaceful residential areas with parks, single-family homes, some of the best schools in Panama, and small retail areas. Perfect if you’re relocating with a family but very appealing, too, if you’re just looking for a more suburban experience.

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  • Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama

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    Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we tour Panama’s Causeway in Amador, a former U.S. military outpost and Canal Zone recreation area that is today enjoying a multi-million dollar makeover.

    The Amador Causeway has a long and winding history tied to the construction of the Panama Canal and the nearly 100-year occupation of the Canal Zone by U.S. military forces. Used first as a military base, Amador was later repurposed as a sprawling recreation area for the exclusive use of U.S. military personnel and their families. Languishing in neglect since the 1999 handover dictated by the Torrijos-Carter Treaty that returned the land to Panama, the Causeway is today the focus of an ambitious plan to transform it into a five-star residential community whose key feature, a cruise-ship terminal, will rival ports of call throughout the Americas.

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  • Balboa, La Boca, and Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama

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    Balboa, La Boca, and Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the areas of Balboa, La Boca, and Amador Causeway, all located within Panama City.

    Only a few miles away from the hustle and bustle, the bright lights, and the hectic honking of cab horns, brings you to what used to be considered the Canal Zone. You know you’ve entered this area when on one side you see multicolored storage containers stacked one on top of the other, like a Lego village, while on the opposite side of the street you see boxy, tan-colored old military barracks and government buildings.

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  • Best of Panama’s Caribbean

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    Best of Panama’s Caribbean

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    Our Best of Panama’s Caribbean Coast Special Report is your beginners guide to finding the best opportunities on this side of the isthmus.

    The Caribbean Coast of Panama is notoriously underdeveloped—a pro or a con depending on what kind of lifestyle you’re looking for. This side of the country’s infrastructure is basic at best, and, as a result, fewer foreigners have settled on Panama’s northern side. English is less generally spoken than on the Pacific side, though the touristy Bocas del Toro is an exception—here the high volume of visitors means most working in the service industry speak English, and many businesses are American or Canadian owned.

    From the rugged but expat-popular Bocas del Toro islands in the far west to the colonial cities of Colón and Portobelo, the Caribbean options are few but varied. This report details Panama’s best options on the Caribbean…

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  • Bocas del Toro, Panama

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    Bocas del Toro, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the lively town of Bocas del Toro, Panama.

    Panama’s Bocas del Toro archipelago in the Caribbean is one of this country’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s also an interesting lifestyle and retirement choice for anyone looking for the island life, and this quintessential Caribbean destination of white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters is home to a friendly and welcoming community of just under 7,500 people.

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  • Boquete, Panama

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    Boquete, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the scenic mountain town of Boquete, Panama.

    Boquete is one of the top retirement options in Panama. For 20 years this pretty mountain town has appeared regularly on lists of the world’s top retirement havens. Boquete has a great deal to offer the expat retiree, including one of the world’s most established expat communities.

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    Casco Viejo, Panama | Overseas Haven Report

    Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama | Overseas Haven Report
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    Casco Viejo, Panama | Overseas Haven Report

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    In this Overseas Haven Report, we offer in-depth, insider intel on Casco Viejo in Panama City, Panama, an eclectic and ever-evolving enclave where luxury-level properties coexist with centuries-old, colonial-era wonders.

    Often regarded as the Soho of Latin America, the historic neighborhood of Casco Viejo offers a different kind of ambience than is found throughout the rest of Panama City, or even all of Central America. Reminiscent of French-colonial New Orleans, modern-day Casco, with its vibrant cultural scene and world-class dining, is a multicultural mosaic from around the world.

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  • Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama

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    Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most culturally rich areas of Panama City, Casco Viejo.

    Often regarded as the Soho of Latin America, the historic Casco Viejo neighborhood now offers a different kind of city life than is found throughout the rest of Panama City.

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  • Cerro Azul, Panama

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    Cerro Azul, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the peaceful town of Cerro Azul, Panama.

    Cerro Azul is only 45 minutes outside Panama City, but its crisp, cool weather, abundance of wildlife, and peaceful tranquility make you feel as if you are on the far side of the country. Many expats and even many Panamanians have traveled far into the country’s interior to find the lifestyle that some have realized here in Cerro Azul, so close to the city.

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  • Chame, Panama

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    Chame, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you a closer look at the District of Chame and its most popular town, Punta Chame, which—in high season—draws beach-goers of all stripes, from surfers, kite-surfers, sport-fishermen, extreme sport-lovers, etc.

    While it shares the same stretch of coastline as expat hot spot Coronado (which has seen major development over the past decade), Chame remains largely undiscovered, unpenetrated, and underrated.

    Located in the Panamá Oeste Province, Chame comprises 11 small towns that sprawl out along the Panamerican Highway. On the hour-and-a-half drive it takes to reach the area from Panama City, you pass national parks, sleepy hamlets, mountains, and mangrove forests before finally arriving at the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean.

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  • Chitre, Panama

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    Chitre, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the city of Chitré, located in Panama’s Herrera province.

    Chitré is not just any sleepy old rural town and, in recent years, it has overtaken all of its neighbors and Chiriqui in terms of growth. According to the United Nations Development Program, it’s also a great place to live, enjoying Panama’s highest quality of life based on factors such as the education level of its population and life expectancy, measured in the Human Development Index.

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  • Churches of Panama

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    Churches of Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we offer a tour of Panama’s most famous and historically important churches.

    Panama is home to hundreds of beautiful and significant religious structures, and a tour of the country through her churches reveals much about her history.  This report takes a look at some of these churches and the architectural, historical, and other interesting tidbits associated with them.

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  • Colón, Panama

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    Colón, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the city of Colón, which in many ways is the counterpoint to Panama City, which is located on the opposite end of the Panama Canal.

    Aside from Panama City’s colonial old town, nowhere else in Panama has the same architectural charm—except for Colon.

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  • Complete Guide To Buying Property In Panama

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    Complete Guide To Buying Property In Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we cover the topic of buying real estate and property in Panama, including an exclusive on what you need to know beforehand in order to negotiate and have a smooth purchase process.

    Panama is still a developing market—and a relatively unregulated one. This report will help you to navigate the quirks and details of Panama’s property market.

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  • Cool Panama: Your Top Temperate Destinations…

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    Cool Panama: Your Top Temperate Destinations…

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    Panama’s doesn’t have many options for climate other than tropical… there are only a few places on this little isthmus that enjoy lower humidity and/or lower temperatures than their sea-level counterparts—and, yes, all of these cooler havens are above sea level. But there are a handful of appealing destinations that offer something close to springtime weather. In this report, we take a look at Panama’s top options for temperate-climate living.

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  • Coronado, Panama

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    Coronado, Panama

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    Panama is surrounded by beaches, and Panamanians have a variety of weekend getaways to choose from, but Coronado, only about an hour’s drive outside the city, isn’t just any beach. It’s the most turn-key, expat-friendly beach community in Panama.

    Coronado is a town where expats gather for drinks, dinner, and dancing at least twice a week. Three international schools are located either in the town or the surrounding Pacific beach areas.

    You can also keep the kids (and yourself) busy with an equestrian school, a surfing school, and even golf classes, all available right in town. Panama correspondent Chris Powers describes Coronado as the “furnished home of the tropics.” Whether you are looking for an oceanside retirement retreat, a place to raise your kids, or a weekend getaway, you’ll have no problem adjusting to your new home away from home in Coronado.

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  • Costa del Este, Panama

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    Costa del Este, Panama

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    It’s simply the best neighborhood in the city for young families…It’s clean, well maintained, safe…and close enough to the city for convenience but far enough removed for peace and quiet.

    Costa del Este has excellent schools, parks, and daycare facilities…and all the shopping and services a family would need. Further, mom and dad might not even have to commute downtown everyday since Costa del Este has attracted numerous multinational and Panamanian corporations who’ve set up shop in the neighborhood’s commercial zones.

    The cost of living is higher in Costa del Este than anywhere else in the city, but you’d be paying for a lifestyle that others dream about. And with more shops, hotels, restaurants, a new town center, and more corporate offices on the way, we don’t expect the appeal of Costa del Este, the Panamanian Dream, to diminish anytime soon.

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  • David, Panama

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    David, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you the expat-friendly city of David, Panama.

    David, population 145,000, is the capital city of the Province of Chiriqui. The province boasts Panama’s tallest mountain, its longest rivers feeding its most fertile valleys. David’s tropical Pacific climate is hotter and drier than Panama City, with average annual temperatures sitting at highs of 90°F, lows around 70°F.

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  • El Cangrejo, Panama City, Panama

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    El Cangrejo, Panama City, Panama

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    In this Panama Special Report, we bring you one of the most fun and eccentric neighborhoods in Panama City; El Cangrejo.

    El Cangrejo’s mix of people from all over the world offers an interesting mix of cultures. Many regard El Cangrejo as Panama City's most lively and expat-friendly area. The neighborhood is walkable and offers an abundance of tree-lined streets under which to grab some shade and perhaps a bite to eat. If you are interested in living in Panama City, this is one of the first places we recommend you look.

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