Retire In Panama City
 

 
Panama City is a great place to retire. Here, you’ll enjoy a low cost of living, welcoming people, an already thriving expat community, affordable, top-notch health care (many doctors are U.S.-trained and speak English) and reasonable property prices.
 
An added bonus is Panama’s famed pensionado program—when you retire in Panama City with this visa, you’re entitled to discounts in restaurants (25%); movie theaters (50%); closing costs for home loans (50%); 15% off hospital bills, and many more benefits. And if you do need hospital care, Panama City has top-notch hospitals where you’ll pay a fraction of what it would cost you back home.
 

From the Archives of Panama

An Outrageously Good RETA Deal…and The World’s Largest Bank Goes to Panama

An Outrageously Good RETA Deal…and The World’s Largest Bank Goes to Panama

Real Estate
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June 23, 2020

I’m sending my full report on an amazing new deal to members of my Real Estate Trend Alert. (If you are a member, you can read it right now.) Our RETA-only price is the most outrageous I’ve ever negotiated for a deal this good… RETA members can buy from just $137,000….and that’s fully furnished, totally Read more...: An Outrageously Good RETA Deal…and The World’s Largest Bank Goes to Panama

The Big Squeeze Driving Profit in Panama

The Big Squeeze Driving Profit in Panama

Real Estate
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April 3, 2020

I got in on Panama’s real estate market in 2004. I invested in a little one-bedroom pre-construction condo in a prime city location. At the time, Panama was setting off on its first wave of transformation. A change of city zoning had triggered a flurry of construction in prime, central neighborhoods. These were desirable and Read more...: The Big Squeeze Driving Profit in Panama

Expat Diary: What is Life Like in Panama During Lockdown?

Expat Diary: What is Life Like in Panama During Lockdown?

As I write this—halfway around the world from most who will read it—it occurs to me that we are all in the same boat. No matter where you are, there are worries…compassion for many who have lost jobs or worse, loved ones…and hope that we can slow the spread of the specific strain commonly referred to as the Coronavirus...