A Warm Climate, Stunning Views, and Gaps in the Market

A Warm Climate, Stunning Views, and Gaps in the Market

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January 27, 2017

"I came to Panama 10 years ago on vacation and never left," says Carl Conway. "I was drawn in by the sunshine and blue skies...the warm water and sandy beaches...the palm trees and bright flowers...it was a tropical paradise." Now age 43, Carl enjoys a rich and laidback life in the rural town of Santa Fe in Veraguas Province of central Panama.

Perfect Climate…Secret Hideaways…and Fresh Opportunities in Nicaragua

Perfect Climate…Secret Hideaways…and Fresh Opportunities in Nicaragua

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January 4, 2017

Nicaragua is a very cool country...and it's not the temperature I'm talking about. With its smoking volcanoes, clear blue crater lakes, fantastic surfing beaches, and a turquoise swimming hole in the middle of the forest on a mysterious island, it's a magical place to be.

A Warm Climate and Wonderful People in Laidback Coronado, Panama

A Warm Climate and Wonderful People in Laidback Coronado, Panama

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October 24, 2016

“My job required me to travel the globe and it was then that I discovered the world is a big, interesting place,” says Toronto native Jim Pierson of his past life as an engineer. In the mid-90s, a chance encounter on a commuter flight from Chicago to Toronto brought Jim and his wife Helen together.

Affordable Living with a Comfortable Climate in the Land of the Incas

Affordable Living with a Comfortable Climate in the Land of the Incas

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July 27, 2016

Food is cheap—and very tasty. Rents are affordable even for those on super-low budgets—$200 to $400 gets you a nice place in a great neighborhood. The climate is comfortable…the people friendly…there are modern services…and the vibrant mix of music, festivals, indigenous culture, and colonial history is evident everywhere you turn. It should be an option for anyone considering a retirement in Latin America.

Chiriquí, Panama: Your Perfect Climate Awaits

Chiriquí, Panama: Your Perfect Climate Awaits

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June 15, 2016

There are plenty of valid reasons to rent a home before you buy when you relocate overseas. For those who choose to live in Panama’s Western-most province, Chiriquí, one major reason is to check out the weather in various locations to find what suits you best. Despite being a small country in the middle of the tropics, you’ll find Panama has a variety of climate zones and even within the province there are variations in temperature, rainfall, wind, and cloud cover.