Panama's Real Estate Market 2009

Real Estate agents are interviewed on their experiences, the current economic crisis and the state of the market.

Friday, August 28, 2009

The survey was done by the marketing team at encuentra24.com Panama Classifieds, who interviewed 50 real estate brokers in Panama. Each one told his personal and commercial experiences.

Encuentra24.com informed they will soon publish the full survey in www.encuentra24.com/panama. Boris Metraux, CEO of the company, added that this survey is a valuable insight on the state of the sector.

The survey provides information on the origin of the top purchasers of real estate, which sectors experienced price drops, and what are the repercussions of the economic crisis in Panama.

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A contract to supply surveys for the Guardian Angel program, worth $ 1.6 million, has been awarded to a company registered in the commercial register in March 2013.

Only two firms expressed interest in conducting the surveys: Telecarrier, S.A. who bid $761,000 and Specialized Consultants who bid $1.6 million.

Consultancy on Health Survey

August 2012

Authorities have invited expressions of interest for the design and implementation of a national health survey for Panama, worth $ 1.5 million.

The overall objective of the consultancy is to carry out all the development for a National Health Survey for Panama (ENSPA in Spanish), including the design, implementation, processing and data analysis as well as transfer of knowledge in order to strengthen the capacities of the MOH for the future implementation of similar surveys.

Funes and Martinelli, the Most Popular

August 2009

The presidents of El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, and Panama, Ricardo Martinelly, have 86% popularity.

According to the regional survey by Cid-Gallup, which interviewed 1.200 people, Oscar Arias from Costa Rica is in the third place, with a 70% popularity.

He is followed by Alvaro Colom, from Guatemala, with 55%; Leonel Fernández, from Dominican Republic with 47%; deposed Honduran president Manuel Zelaya with 46% and Daniel Ortega, Nicaraguan president, with 42%.

Nicaragua: Most people think the economy has grown worse

September 2008

83.5% of Nicaraguans think that in the months that Daniel Ortega has been governing the economy of the country has not improved.

Similarly, 70.5% think that Ortega has no interest in resolving their problems.
This information was obtained in a survey by M&R Consultants of some 1,600 individuals, carried out between August 14 and 19.

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