According to Kent Davis, from Panama Equity, the level of interest in the region among potential buyers has climbed, but this has yet to translate into a rise in the number of completed sales.
Writing for Nuwire Investor, he explained one of the stumbling blocks is the lack of development activity - although he acknowledged this is part of what makes the area appealing.
However, Mr Davis highlighted a deal signed between The Dekel Group and Cocige - a big construction company - which is set to increase the number of available properties in this region of Panama.
Another positive sign for Pedasi is that there are now full-time residents in a beachside development by Playa Venao.
"We tend to look at these signs as proof that Pedasi is becoming a real liveable beach destination and not just speculative hype," he asserted.
Last month, Robert Bauman wrote an article for International Living explaining that purchasing a property in Panama is one of the ways in which to qualify for the nation's new Immediate Permanent Resident Visa.