Panamadera is now accepting
pre-orders for Playa Hermosa, a spectacular beachfront eco-community and
reforestation project on the Pacific Coast of Panama.
investments may achieve long-term returns exceeding the major stock
indices and help diversify your financial portfolio.
Panama's Law 24 provides tax and residency benefits for qualified investments
in reforestation projects.
Panama is a safe and attractive country
perfect for holiday, vacation home, expat living or retirement.
Given today's world of uncertain economic growth and stock market volatility, eco-investments in reforestation, sustainable forestry, exclusive retreats, and eco-tourism are attractive opportunities for many people.
Your specific business case will depend upon your needs and objectives. The overall business case for Panamadera's eco-investments is based on providing a superior long-term ROI, diversifying your financial portfolio, contributing positively to your quality of life, and helping protect the environment.
Provides Superior Long-Term ROI
Panamadera's eco-investments provide income and capital appreciation from multiple sources:
Diversifies Financial Portfolio
Investing in emerging tropical real estate combined with reforestation helps investors diversify their financial portfolios away from an over-reliance on stocks and bonds. By spreading risk over a wider variety of investments, the investor may potentially lower overall investment risk. We recommend you consult with your financial advisor if you have questions about financial diversification.
Contributes Positively to Quality of Life
While the financial returns can be quantified, Panamadera's eco-investments also contribute positively to our owners' quality of life. Whether you are looking for an exclusive holiday retreat, a mid-life relocation, or a retirement haven, Panamadera's projects consist of extraordinary real estate on the Pacific coast, Caribbean sea, and tropical mountain locations perfect for your custom-built home.
Panamadera's eco-investments are designed to contribute to the long-term sustainability of the natural environment. It is estimated that 50% of each tree is composed of carbon. Thus, every hectare of previously-cleared land that is reforested can take up to seven tons of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere annually, helping to reduce the effect of global warming. Sustainable management ensures that existing tropical forests are not destroyed through clear cuts and agricultural burning, allowing the continued protection of the watershed and providing shelter for diverse wildlife.
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