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  1. Good business opportunities are always in the right hands when at the time of closing the deal, you were the one to scout it first. When I go to a different country, not only the language changes, even the culture, the food, and also the websites and classified portals where one is used to look for things and offers. If I want to rent or buy a property in Panama, where should I look? Apart from the websites of various real estate brokers and agents, where do I find local deals? Today I will give you a secret tip on where to find real deals and bargains in Panama. If you want to search for properties where local or foreign owners and most real estate agencies publish their properties you will find them here: www.encuentra24.com. Encuentra24 is the largest and most popular platform in Panama. Besides their large real estate section, you can also find vehicles and even job offers. However, you will have to take some time to search through a lot of information, compare different offers (and sometimes even prices) in order to find your personal bargain. If you search on Encuentra24 you will have everything in one place, owners and real estate brokers, all together. Remember that, if you decide to buy or rent through a real estate broker in Panama, it is the owner of the property who pays the commission of the real estate broker used for the transaction... not the tenant nor the buyer (that would be you). But what other options are there? Where can I find the real secret offers? Many clients do not know that there is a real estate market in Panama managed by the mayor banks. If you look at the banks directly, you will have more options without intermediaries. But if a bank is auctioning for example a property, it will not exactly choose Encuentra24 to publish the auctions. It is for this reason that Banco General (one of the largest and most popular banks in Panama) has just launched its own "property classifieds" advertising portal where new properties (with financing option by the bank), repossessed properties and commercial properties are being published. For bargain hunters, we have compiled a list of sites worth investigating: 1. Banco General “Clasificados de propiedades” https://www.bgeneral.com/clasificados-bg/ 2. Banco Nacional de Panamá: https://www.banconal.com.pa/remates-judiciales.html 3. Global Bank: https://www.globalbank.com.pa/es/bienes-reposeidos 4. Banco Banesco: https://www.banesco.com.pa/bienes-reposeidos 5. Banco Caja de Ahorros: https://www.cajadeahorros.com.pa/bienes-reposeidos/ 6. Banco BAC Credomatic: https://www2.baccredomatic.com/es-pa/people/bienes-reposeidos 7. Banco CanalBank https://www.canalbank.com/banca-empresarial/canal-inmuebles/ 8. Banco Banistmo: https://www.banistmo.com/wps/portal/banistmo/personas/productos-y-servicios/galeria-inmobiliaria 9. Banco Scotiabank https://pa.scotiabank.com/es/banca-personal/prestamos/propiedades-en-venta.html Now what is a Judicial Foreclosure in Panama? It is when someone could not or failed to pay the loan on their property, the bank took back that property by judicial foreclosure and put it up for sale to recover the money borrowed. A bank is not a real estate company, so it is not really interested in the property. Banks live off the interests they generate from lending money. Having a property without generating money is a monthly loss. The expenses caused will be very high if the bank keeps that property, so it is better to let go off it as soon as possible, and that is where you come in to buy "good, nice and cheap" as we say in Panama. Good luck with your hunt!
  2. Moving to Panama Do you want to move to Panama and want to take your household goods with you? The good news, domestic goods can be imported duty-free. But first of all, what are household goods, according to the Panama Customs authorities? The term household goods can refer to the bed, the washing machine, the dryer, the dishes, the dining room table, the sofa, overall the furniture and accessories of the home. The goods must be used and be seen used. Construction equipment, commercial tools/equipment, motorcycles, trailers, new items, and other non-domestic goods will be taxed. What documents do I need? For the process of importing your household goods, you need your passport, your Panama migration ID card (carné de migración), a copy of the Bill of Lading, and a packing list. This means a detailed list of the articles of domestic or personal use that you wish to introduce to the country (in English or Spanish) must be presented prior to the date of arrival of the shipment. Additionally, invoices for newly purchased household goods or non-domestic goods are required, if applicable. What is the procedure to import my household goods to Panama? Importing your household goods to Panama can be a headache for many, but it can be done efficiently, as long as you choose a reliable and experienced international moving company and a reputable customs broker. In general, the process takes between 5 and 10 working days in order to liquidate the household goods. Additional charges may apply for equipment holds, container usage (depending on the shipping company), or deposit and storage at the customs authority's facilities depending on the duration for customs clearance. When the container with your goods arrives in Panama, you must be in the country. All shipments will be personally inspected at the port of entry. We suggest that you pay for the revision in residence due to the congestion of shipments in the fiscal precinct. This in-residence inspection has an additional cost. All shipments entering Panama by sea, land, or air are fumigated at the port and/or airport of entry. Fumigation is a pest control treatment. This procedure may cause a delay in the delivery of the shipment. How much do I have to pay? The final cost of importing your household goods depends on what is in the container (household goods, tools, machinery, valuables, etc.). Non-domestic goods will usually be taxed at about 20% of the resale value. Get different offers from moving companies and compare prices and services included. Some have paid much more than they were originally quoted, due to unexpected additional fees. Get a price with door-to-door delivery and make sure there are no extra charges. Should I bring my car to Panama? According to our professional experience, it is generally not cheaper to bring your car to Panama. The process of customs clearance and vehicle registration in Panama is long, and there are likely to be delayed. The import taxes on your car are approximately 27 to 30 percent of the CIF value. In fact, you will probably be able to buy a car in Panama at a lower price and with less hassle. Are there any goods that cannot be imported? There are some items that can only be imported if they are in limited quantities, have the appropriate additional documentation and the shipper has paid all required duties and taxes. Among them are food, alcoholic beverages, jewelry and coins (gold bullions), leather goods and living plants (it is not advisable to include plants in any shipment). There are also prohibited items like ammunition, firearms, drugs, and narcotics. All shipments of household goods that bring in wood furniture or any other wood items are subject to a Quarantine Import Permit that must be applied for before the shipment reaches Panama. Restrictions also apply to the use of wooden packing materials such as barrels, crates, lift-vans, and pallets. The wood must be treated and sealed. Any wood packaging that is not properly marked may cause extra charges and delays. Plan B Instead of shipping your complete household, you can also consider sending only some boxes with certain items that are important to you. You can even check the possibility of bringing extra luggage on the plane. Keep in mind that many rentals and properties for sale in Panama come fully furnished. So before making a decision, find out what is available in Panama and what the costs are. This will help you decide what to bring with you and what to buy new in Panama.
  3. Roommate wanted Large 3 Bedroom/3 Bath Furnished Condo in Valle Del Río - Bajo Boquete Available Now Month-to-Month Lease All Inclusive - $650 Master Bedroom w/Walk In Closet & Private Bath w/Double Vanity 24/7 Security Guard @ Gate Elevator Back up Generator/Water Tanks Washer/Dryer Big Screen TV w/Fire Stick Large Refrigerator, Full Stove, Microwave Living Room/Dining Area Balcony Beautifully maintained grounds w/Stream, Gazebo w/BBQ grill 7 Minute Walk to Town Call Rod for more information. WhatsApp: 507-6282-7016 Sent from my iPhone
  4. 50years old woman with experience will stay in your house and take care of your pets/ small gardening work / house showing and more. Fee may apply depending on your request(s). I am available any time from Feb. 16th but for a minimum of 1 month. Can also consider taking over a bnb while you're in holiday! Have my own car. Fluent English, French, Italian and some Spanish and German spoken.Please send me an email at stefynet11@gmail.com or call me on my cell +507 63294465
  5. This dog is FOR ADOPTION, he is a Husky and Belgian Shepherd mixed, he is living in David on a chain 24/7 and David is too hot for him. He is two years old and he will be neuter in the next clinic May 29th. Please if you want adopt him, come to the clinic, the next saturday and you can meet him, contact us: javierandmagalyhouse@gmail.com or call us to 6563-8686
  6. Hello, We are moving to Boquete in July/August of 2016 and we are looking for a 1 year rental. Our ideal requirements are the following: Pet Friendly - we have two dogs and a secure backyard or option to install a temporary fence is preferred. 3-4 Bedrooms Area - would be nice to be in walking distance (1-3 KM) of Boquete downtown, but also open to slightly further distances for the right house. We won't need the house until July at the earliest, but if anyone knows of something that will be coming available, please let me know.
  7. We are in need of a house cleaner to do the final cleaning on our rental when we vacate at the end of the month. Can anyone recommend someone? Our rental is off Volcancito road near Santa Lucia.
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