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Rights of Possession (ROP) or “Derechos Posesorios” may seem a simple way of investment...but they are not. In fact, they are more complicated if you really want to prevent a legal problem in the near future. In order to explain the difference between a property that has ROP and a property that is titled, we must first know how the Panamanian government legally creates a property. In simple words, the land from the beginning belongs to the government of Panama. Then the government "assigns" those rights so that there is supply and demand and the land increases in value as it passes from h
The process of buying real estate overseas can be complicated, time-consuming, and stressful. But it should not be like this. Read our guide below on the biggest mistakes buyers make and how you can avoid them: Mistake #1: Location is Everything Almost everything can be fixed, but the location, the location, the location cannot be fixed. Buy location, NOT price. When investing in real estate overseas remember to do your due diligence and pay attention to the small details that can turn your dream home into the home of your worst nightmare. Before buying try to get information from d
untilFree consultations at GOMEZ TOMICZEK LAW FIRM (ENGLISH AND/OR SPANISH SPOKEN) Instructions: The consultations will be managed by a first-come, first-served basis. Our address in Plaza San Francisco (second floor), office #23, near Magda Crespo Seguros. The free consultations will be performed by Lcdo. Abel Gomez covering his different legal expertise areas, as: -Corporate and Commercial Law -Relocation Services and Migration -Foreign Investment -Asset Management -Maritime Law -Tax Law -Intellectual Property and Patents -Real Estate