The construction union has organized for March 23 and 24 a fair which will showcase the supply of houses worth more than $100,000, and commercial and office buildings.
The event, called the Luxury Homes & Building Fair, will be held at the Hotel Intercontinental Metrocentro in Managua.Representatives from the Chamber of Builders of Nicaragua (Cadur) explained that the fair is being organized in response to the growing development of the property market in the country.
The value of building permits that were processed five years ago in the districts of La Chorrera and Arraiján amounted to $208 million, while the figure at the end of 2016 is estimated at $313 million.
Growth in real estate development in Panama West could be further enhanced once Line 3 of the Metro starts to operate, and the fourth bridge over the Canal has been built.
The value of construction, additions and repairs recorded last year fell by 3.2% compared to 2015, mainly due to a 9% drop in the value of non-residential construction.
The mainreduction in value was recorded in San Miguelito, with a variation of -29%, followed by Panama, where the value fell by 8%. In the province of Arraiján the value fell by nearly 5%, while in David, Chitre, Santiago, Aguadulce and La Chorrera, the value of new construction grew by 6%.
Construction plans for the province include 150 thousand square meters in construction of commercial and residential centers in the coming months.
Of the eight planned projects, four are mixed-use complexes combining residential, commercial and entertainment buildings, and another two are the mega project called Oxigeno and San Francisco square.In the residential segment, the other two projects, Las Flores, and Bambu, amount to 40 thousand m2 and 17,600 m2, respectively.
The value per square meter in the Panamanian colonial settlement has almost doubled in the last 10 years.
The restoration of the 'Casco Antiguo' (Old Town) of Panama, which has received investment and economic boom in the city has made property prices soar. According to a report published by Martesfinanciero.com, there are about 900 buildings and houses in the area. In 10 years, the value per square meter has increased from $1,500 to $1,800 to over $2,300 and $3,000, depending on the view and location. Commercial premises for rent are priced between $35 and $50 per square meter, and those for sale range from $3,500 to $4,000, real estate brokers say.
Investors and entrepreneurs in the global real estate sector will be meeting from 21st to 26th of May in Panama City to discuss issues such as project finance and marketing trends.
The World Congress of the International Federation of Real Estate Professionals (FIABCI) will be held this year in Panama City, and is expected to include the participation of representatives of companies linked to the housing market from all continents.
A rise has been indicated in commercial, residential and hotel developments in areas of Santa Tecla and Antiguo Cuscatlán thanks to its geographical and topographical advantages.
The proximity to the coast and its topographical features make the southwest area of El Salvador an attractive area for real estate development, particularly for commercial, residential and hotel developments, reports Elsalvador.com. The region includes the entire metropolitan area southwest of the country including Santa Tecla and Antiguo Cuscatlán.
An inventory of apartments on the beach front could grow from 400 to over 1,600 units in three years, thanks to demand from domestic and foreign buyers.
Buying an apartment on the beach is not a something that only foreigners do in Panama. Although prices range between $200,000 and one million dollars, Panamanians in the high and upper middle class brackets are also positioning themselves as buyers of such properties, according to studies cited by Panamaamerica.com.pa. Important sectors of Punta Chame to Playa Blanca, Farallon, Santa Clara, El Palmar (Hato River) and Rio Mar (San Carlos).
Banks, supermarkets, shopping centers and residential development projects characterize the growth of a province with half a million consumers.
There are approximately 500,000 inhabitants who are demanding more services, especially in areas such as health, restaurants, shops and banks, which although present in the province need to be expanded on in order to meet consumer needs which are growing fast in Panama Oeste.
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