So who is relocating to Panama? Here is a country with a booming economy, no military, a thriving democracy without great divisions, spectacular beauty, and fabulous weather. Who wouldn’t want to live as an expat in Panama? People from the United States, Canada, Britain, Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, China, Venezuela … are all considering moving to Panama. But it’s not just a move you want to jump into without doing a lot of research.
Next month we will begin our sixteenh year in Panama. After al these years living in Panama, writing and blogging, I’ve had a lot to say and there is a lot of great and helpful information, so browse around.
Here are just some of the great links …
Panama Relocation Tours Web site has a wealth of information and the tour is a good way to check out Panama and begin your due diligence. This one is NOT a real estate tour, not just sitting in a conference room in Panama City with folks trying to sell you things or paid presenters promoting “investment opportunities.” It’s a boots on the ground tour that will help you realistically determine if you should consider relocating to Panama.
You are welcome to join us in paradise!
“He answers questions that the other literature I read failed to ask, much less answer. His approach is far from lofty or detached. It’s like you’re both sitting at the breakfast table sharing conversation with a little wit here and an off-hand comment there: none of it a waste, but a nice easy way to give you the information.” Bob Little
“We gathered several publications, attended a conference and been to Boquete twice, but Escape To Paradise is by far the most useful book we have read so far.” Bob Milligan
“ I really enjoyed making the list of 15 things we wanted in our place of residence. Great exercise! This has honestly been more helpful to me than any other expat book I’ve read.” Lusk Meier
“Richard tells it exactly like it is … how I wish this wonderful tool were available before we moved here. It would have saved a lot of frustration trying to figure it all out for ourselves.” Kathy Donelson