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What is a typical expat home or apartment like in Panama City?

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We asked expats what a typical home or apartment in Panama City is like. They answered...

"Depends which part of Panama City you live. We chose to buy a new high rise Condo, 100 meters = 1076 sq ft. Plenty of space for 2 bedroom and 2.5 bath. We always dreamed of living in a high-rise condo in the US when we downsized, and this place does not disappoint! 24/7 Front Desk Security. They deliver my mail to my door. High end Gym, Pool, Jacuzzi, Game Room, Paddle Ball, Social area, wine lockers, parking garage, storage locker(I bought it, but it was like $6,500 only). Walking distance to shops. And fiber optic internet. Spanish helps and working on it. Although, just try most locals know a little Spanish. And many of the Expats are from other Latin American Countries, and many of them speak English fine," explained one expat living in Panama City, Panama.

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"Expat homes and apartments in Panama City are typically modern and luxurious. Many of them feature high-end appliances, marble countertops, and spacious balconies with stunning views of the city. Expats can also find homes and apartments with amenities such as swimming pools, gyms, and private gardens. Many of these homes and apartments are located in secure gated communities, providing a safe and comfortable environment for expats to live in," said another expat in Panama City, Panama.

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