Author: Liz Larroquette

Whether you are looking to retire in Panama, relocate your family, or buy property as an investment Liz is a wealth of knowledge you can and should tap into.

Renting, Investing In Panama Checks Lots Of Boxes

The adage in real estate is location, location, location. The bottom line in finance is Return On Investment (ROI). Today, you can realize both with the same property in Panama City. There is solid marketing research behind why the new Seaside House residential tower located just off Avenida Balboa in Panama’s capital city is ideally located […]

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Once A Zonian, Always A Zonian

Lots of Panamanians speak English fluently, including many well-to-do locals who have studied in the United States, Canada, or Great Britain. Servers in fast-casual restaurants often speak well enough to have a light conversation and most medical doctors and pharmacists are completely comfortable discussing complex medical situations in English.    And then there are the Zonians […]

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New Opportunities in Boquete

Many retirees are not looking for the urban hustle of Panama City or the business vibe of Costa del Este. Even the beach properties of Gorgona and Coronado have not answered the call for those seeking a location with a more moderate temperature, laid-back feel, and generally lower cost of living.   Boquete, a small town […]

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Movie Ramifications

Most North Americans actually know very little about Panama. There is the Panama Canal and the invasion by the United States to depose General Manuel Noriega more than 30 years ago, but generally, that completes the list. In a recent poll, individuals in the US, Canada and seven other countries were asked about their knowledge of […]

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Goodbye 2021. Hello, 2022.

Now that we have put 2021 behind us, I would like to share with you some of the exciting things that are coming in 2022. While the year 2021 was certainly miserable for many, there were also outgrowths of the pandemic, both positive and negative, which will affect Panama for generations.   After a difficult continuation […]

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