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Marla Diaz

Marla Diaz


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United Country Panama Coastal Real Estate
About Me
On my first visit to Panama in with my husband, Roberto (who is a native Panamanian), I knew that Panama would my home, a place where we could settle down, and raise our family with the small town American values we both want for our kids.

There are so many things to love about living in Panama, including its international flavor, how interesting, fun, and safe it is, not only for our kids, but for us as well. Add to that great surfing, weather, all the things to do, and how we can have our beachfront home for a fraction of what it would cost in the US, and you’ve got a great place to live.

Roberto and I started our real estate firm because we felt we had a unique combined perspective. Roberto is a native Panamanian who, even though he has lived much of his life in the US, is extremely well connected in Panama and knows its “in’s and out’s” and I’m the South Carolina native who’s experiencing Panama from my perspective. We’re both here to share what we know and what we’ve learned, and to help you find your dream.
Where I’m From
South Carolina, USA
Where I Live Now
Coronado, Panama
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Panama
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Panama
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For me, choosing to raise my family in Central America was the #1 reason I decided to move to Panama.  I have known for a long time that I did not want to raise my children in the United States (my home country) because of declining family values and an incre... Read More
There are several horseback riding facilities throughout Panama.  However, my favorite is the Equestrian Club in Coronado because from there, you can ride your horse down to the beach and enjoy the sunset or sunrise.   I live right on the... Read More
Coronado, Panama has a large expat and international community.  For example, my daughter goes to an international school in which the other students come from about six or seven countries; everywhere from Europe to Central America, South America, North A... Read More
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