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The World's Best Places to Retire in 2019 Revealed

The World's Best Places to Retire in 2019 Revealed

Panama, the winner of the 2019 Global Retirement Index, has been a constant in the Index, but this year marks the 10th time it's reached the #1 spot--climbing from third place to scoop the top prize. Read More »

Panama's Red Frog Beach Resort Announces New Beach Club

Panama's Red Frog Beach Resort Announces New Beach Club

Panama-based Red Frog Beach Island Resort & Spa announced this week the resort's newest amenity, La Rosa Beach Club. The new addition features event and meeting spaces, a bar, a restaurant, a stunning waterfall and an infinity-edge pool. Read More »

Post U.S. Election Results, a Spike in 'Move Overseas' Searches Occurs

Post U.S. Election Results, a Spike in 'Move Overseas' Searches Occurs

According to, there has been a 160% surge in online searches for terms like "move overseas" and "expats overseas" post Trump election victory this week. Read More »

Top 5 Best Countries to Escape U.S. Election Results Revealed

Top 5 Best Countries to Escape U.S. Election Results Revealed

With the U.S. presidential elections looming, Amy Schumer said she'd move to Spain -- Bryan Cranston said he'd move to Canada -- Jon Stewart said he'd move to another planet. 23 celebrities have claimed they'll leave the country if they don't like the election results next week. Read More »

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Grand Tetons Wonderland - (Driggs, Idaho)

Grand Tetons Wonderland - (Driggs, Idaho)

Huntsman Springs is golf and club community developed by Jon Huntsman, Sr. A place of serenity and beauty in the hitherto undeveloped Teton Valley of Western Idaho. Read More »

Last Updated January 4, 2019 9:02 AM ET

Panama Property News

According to STR's July 2016 Pipeline Report shows 28,417 rooms in 174 projects Under Contract in the Caribbean/Mexico region. The total represents a 2.4% decrease in rooms Under Contract compared with June 2015.

According to STR's June 2016 Pipeline Report for Central and South America, over 66,352 hotel rooms in 417 projects Under Contract in the Central/South America region.

Soon the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) will officially open its new gates

Fundamentals are improving across many office markets in The Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe as we head into 2015.

Some of the biggest hotel companies in the world have opened new facilities in Panama City in recent weeks.

100 days into the term of president Juan Carlos Varela, the real estate market is finding many reasons to applaud the new administration.

Favorable exchange rates, affordable home prices and rising affluence abroad drive international buyers to the U.S.

The real estate market in Costa Rica is displaying signs of significant interest towards pre-built construction of coastal gated communities.

Many Americans who live abroad choose to keep their US properties for rental purposes.

Central and South America's hotel development pipeline comprised of 390 hotels totaling 63,780 rooms.

Panama City is enjoying an office building boom being driven by several economic factors.

Real estate prices shot up to over $8,400/acre, an increase of 400 percent.

After a two-week stoppage, limited work has resumed on the Panama Canal expansion project.

Work on the Panama Canal expansion projected halted today expanding the canal over cost overruns of $1.6 billion.

The $5.3 billion Panama Canal expansion is slated for completion in 2015, doubling the canal's capacity.

Grand Tower, the latest major project to be delivered in Punta Pacifica, has finally been issued its occupancy permit. The developer of the 55-story tower has started to notify owners to prepare for closings, which are expected to begin in December.

Driving over the Panama Canal on the Bridge of Americas, it's easy to find Panama Pacifico, the six-year-old master-planned development on the west side of the canal. The 3,450-acre project is one of the largest and most ambitious developments in the region.

The increasing cost of healthcare in first-world countries has made medical tourism a thriving industry. Instead of traveling for sea views or mountain hiking, tourists are traveling for medical treatment.

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