More people are now moving to Panama for a more affordable and enjoyable way of life
Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/21/2015 -- The cost of living is increasing in the US and the UK, leaving young people and retirees spending more for less. With the rise in property prices in America and the UK, many young people are unable to afford to buy their first property, and people wishing to move to their dream home are finding it unaffordable. That is why Panama has seen a huge increase in young people and retirees moving to their country to live a better life for less.
Panama Relocation Tours Panama Relocation Tours Inc., who are experts in helping people see the opportunities available in Panama with their monthly tours, has put together five ways people can live a better life in Panama for less.
Here are a few reasons why ex-pats from around the world move to Panama for a better life for less:
1. Housing Costs
In the UK and the US, the largest cost of living is typically tied to mortgage payments or rental cost. Panama is still one of the least expensive countries to move to when looking to buy or rent a property
2. Health Care
Panamanian health care is recognized internationally for its affordability, coming in at only a fraction of the cost of medical care in the United States. In addition to being affordable, health care in Panama comes with options, like Johns Hopkins-affiliated Hospital Punta Pacifica in downtown Panama City and Clinica Einstein in the Panama City neighborhood of El Cangrejo.
3. Inexpensive Travel & Vacationing
The location is everything; this isn't just true for businesses. Retirement often means more time, more freedom, and if you're lucky, more travel. Panama is ideally located to travel and explore the beautiful countries of Central and South America. With a recently expanded airport and an ever-increasing number of airline routes being added, you can cheaply and easily hop a flight to any number of Central or South American vacation destinations.
Home to more than 75 banks, Panama has long been known as an international banking haven. Access your accounts, exchange money, wire funds and more with ease, particularly since Panama has long used the US Dollar as its own currency.
5. Establishing Residency
Establishing legal residency in some countries is nearly impossible. Understanding the vast number of ex-patriates traveling to Panama, immigration officials have developed new visa options, some being processed in just weeks instead of months.
Each month Panama Relocation Tours Inc., offer a six-day all-inclusive tour that allows people who are looking to move to Panama see what the country has to offer and how they can live there for less. The tour takes people around the 12 most popular expat destinations that include Coronado, and Panama City to give them a first class experience of what these places are really like. As well as seeing the beauty of the country, the people on the tour will also meet expats to hear of their experience and gain tips and advice.
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About Panama Relocation Tours Inc.
The company's owner Jackie Large has lived in 4 countries moved 22 times and visited 26 countries. She has plenty of great experience in relocating to a foreign country. She and her husband discovered the hidden gem of Panama.
Company name - Panama Relocation Tours, Inc.
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