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House for Rent in Boquete, Panama

Boquete, Panama

1-1/2 Bedroom / 1 Full Bath / 0 Half Bath

Furnished

Price: $675.00

Living Space: 1850 sq ft

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About the Property

SWEET! Desirable neighborhood. Clean, clean, clean. Fully Furnished. Large yard (no fence). A/C. Washer/Dryer. It is an 8 minute drive to Boquete,but also on the bus line. Includes Basic Cable & Basic High- speed internet. Includes gardener.

About the Property

Lovely Light-filled home, tastefully furnished, clean and well kept, with comfortable beds. Conveniently located 8 minutes from Boquete. Easy access to the bus line. Washer/Dryer and AC. At this home, you will be located near other expats. There is strong high speed internet in this area, 60mg included, easy to increase as the company offers 60meg, 160meg, 350meg, 600meg, and 1 Gigabyte of velocity. The house includes Basic TV, lots of kitchen storage with small in-home storage area.

Based on factors that are important to expat retirees, such as the cost of living, affordability of real estate, low or no property taxation, good infrastructure, residency options, zero income taxes on Social Security income, excellent health care, recreation, international access, low crime, and whether English is spoken, International Living ranks Panama as Number 1 for the 10th time in a row.

Panama also nabbed the highest score for the ability of Americans to get visas (the program is called the Pensionado) and for the category of benefits and discounts for expat retirees. It is a peace-loving Democracy and the people are patient and kind. Expat retirees get 25% off the cost of electricity and phone bills and pay half price for entertainment. Plus the nation''s affordable health care comes with an additional 20% discount for expat retirees who typically pay about $2,500 a year for coverage (much less than what they would in the U.S.) with a $250 deductible, and 15% discounts on medicines and doctor visits.

In Boquete, Panama 1) the weather is cool and temperate, and 2) safely walk the entire town of Boquete 3) the whole country is outside of the hurricane belt and 4) the currency is the U.S. dollar.

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