Author: Liz Larroquette
Every time I open my mouth, it’s clear I wasn’t raised in Panama. Nonetheless, I’m excited about Panama’s inaugural appearance in the World Cup. I can’t wait to scream “GOAL!” when Panama scores!
The gentleman was very specific when he arranged an appointment to look at investment opportunities in Costa del Este, so I was only slightly surprised when he walked into the sales center.
Panama has been talking about building a fourth bridge for some time. Recently, it was announced that awarding the final contract for the next bridge, was being postponed once again.
Knowing where you want to retire is a huge decision, requiring a great deal of soul searching and reflection. When people come to me for advice, I take it very seriously and I work hard to help find the perfect place. It is my experience, when someone makes a poor choice, it is either because they […]
The statistics must be right about there being millions of Baby Boomers in the United States who have recently retired or planning to retire soon. I think it’s like 10,000 a day and fortunately my phone continues to ring with inquiries about what it’s really like to live in Panama as opposed to one of the […]
As the towers of Royal Palm have taken shape on the edge of the Pacific Ocean in Nueva Gorgona and the construction crane has been dismantled, the sharply reduced pre-construction prices are also being eliminated.
Often times I get calls from individuals interested in buying property in Panama and they tell me they have only one week to visit the country, see if they like it enough to invest and then view all the options available for purchase. As much as I like to sell property, I have to tell them […]
“Do you have AA meetings in Panama?” came the question from a 68-year-old man from Ohio. His eyes were a crystal blue and intense. “I’ve been sober for 37 years and there really isn’t anything more important to me than having the ability to attend regular meetings,” he continued.Just like not suffering from say, diabetes, I […]
It’s not often I discover a place expats are considering as a possible retirement location which makes me pause and take a closer look. I’m fully aware of the pros and cons of most every location being touted as a “top retirement destination” from Belize and Costa Rica to Portugal and Malta, but lately I’ve been […]