Cuesta del Sol Condominiums - a new 3 phase deluxe Condo development being built by Canadians in the tropical city of David, Panama! As you view our site, you will find everything you need to provide an insight into what people are calling "twice the lifestyle/half the price" ...life in paradise...life in Panama!
Inexpensive and Affordable! Brand new beautifully finished Condos, with all appliances can be purchased at the best value anywhere in Panama...Phase 3 construction starts soon. Direct developer sales - no real estate commission fees!
Safe! Panama has one of the highest ratings for tourist safety - equal to USA in travel security (according to The Panama Planner travel guide). Last year, Panama topped International Living magazine's Retirement Index for the sixth consecutive year.
Retirement or Vacation! Thinking of a retirement or a vacation home in a safe, beautiful, inexpensive place with a modern infrastructure, Panama is a smart choice. The Panamanian government offers one of the best retirement incentive programs in the world making this one of the top retirement destination in recent years.
The 'Pensionado Visa Program' encourages retirees to relocate in Panama. To qualify for a retiree visa you need a monthly pension income of $500 single or $600 for a couple, a valid passport, a health certificate and a police report.
Retiree incentives! After qualifying for your Pensionado Visa you can bring all your household goods to Panama free of import duty, purchase a new car for private use every two years duty exempt and qualify for numerous other benefits of residence!
Free Economy? According to Canada's Fraser Institute, Panama tops the list of the world's freest economies, ranked eighth with Australia, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.
Best Risk Investments?
Political Risk Services named Panama one of the top three countries in this hemisphere for best-risk investments.
Note: “The statements above are based on public information and refer to conditions that may be subject to change at any time under Panamanian legislation; and as such are beyond the control of, and not guaranteed by, the developers.”