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THIS IS THE FIRST in a series of blog posts for Panama Source Real Estate in the area of renewable energy, or sustainability. This topic of “greening our environment” has taken hold all around the world in the past few years (and has always been a way of life for many cultures around the globe). As more and more expats choose Panama as their final destination for retirement or raising their young families, we want to explore this topic in greater depth. Without getting too “hippy dippy,” most people will agree that it’s critical to do more good than harm to the planet we all share. Just like you would clean your home, do maintenance on your car, and make sure your body has the nutritious fuel it needs to get through the day, it’s up to us humans to make sure we are utilising the earth in sustainable ways that minimize harm to our environment while we reach our goals of having a prosperous life. This series will explore the many ways that expats and locals in Panama are trying their best to have a badass life while protecting our planet at the same time.
This start to the series will include:
As more expats arrive in Panama looking for new possibilities, the diversity of folks will continue to increase. One young expat from Colorado I talked to, Ted Reynolds, shared his feelings: “Panama has the potential to become a world leader in…development and progress. The lands are fertile, the waters still clean, the jungle still wild. It is a place to be connected with nature and with technology.” Ted and others with similar interests in green technology are excited and looking toward a future where building materials in Panama will be more sustainable, affordable, and accessible.
Everything from hempcrete (which can last hundreds of years and becomes even stronger over time, as opposed to concrete that crumbles, and wood that warps) to earthships built with the blood, sweat, and tears of DIYers, to pre-fab Mandala Homes shipped from Canada for around $90k, and shipping containers with a starting pricetag of $2k, are ex- citing possibilities to think about. As these ideas become more popular, it is only a matter of time before vendors and builders offer these and more sustainable materials so people can build or have their homes built sustainably in Panama. A quick search on the internet will lead you down a rabbit hole of inspiring options in the range of $10-$90k for build- ing a basic-to-comfortable dwelling made of renewable, sustainable materials. The limit is your imagination in this field and there is nothing wrong with that!
This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to living a healthy, green lifestyle and putting your words into action to make the world a better, more sustainable place for our present and our collective futures.
As for the current homes that are available for sale or rent, please get in touch with Panama Source Real Estate to get some first-hand info on how you can live in Panama and bring your green lifestyle with you.
Panama Source Real Estate
Panama Cell: 011 (+507) 6781-0333
Here are a few listings to get you started: