Panama: Property Register falls 9%

During the first eight months of the year, 98,769 properties were registered, 9% less than those reported in the same period of 2017.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

According to the most recent figures of the General Comptroller, between January and August 2017 and the first eight months of this year, vertical properties reported a decrease of 11%, falling from 84,627 to 75,036.

For horizontal properties, no significant variations were reported for the periods in question, since 23,678 were recorded in 2017 and 23,733 in 2018.

In general, the number of properties fell 8.8% from 108,305 to 98,769. These figures correspond with the decline that has been reported for months ago, in the number of square meters built in the country.

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