Stop Renting – Buy a Home Now : H1B Visa Status

SEMINAR: Nov 9th, 2019. From 11 am onward followed by complimentary lunch

Location: Blissful Real Estate, 1850 N. Alafaya Trail, Unit 1A,  Orlando, FL 32826


Attention H1B Visa Holders

$15,000 Investment can get you a NEW HOME!

Are you concerned about your current JOB, VISA status or relocating to another city or out of country?

Don’t worry! You may still be eligible to buy a home. Plus, we can help you lease and manage if you relocate to another city or out of country. You will get an opportunity to learn how the rent can take care of house payments.  

This may be an investment for your children’s education or your retirement.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity!


Orlando based, Blissful Real Estate, is hosting this informational seminar with free of cost to attendees to educate the process and opportunities available for the people with H1B visa status. 

Participants will get an opportunity to learn the concepts and interact with industry professional for any further help.

Call our office (407-867-0007) or submit your request ONLINE to register your spot. Limited seating and the reservation is on first come first basis.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm – Presentation
12:pm – 2:00 pm – Complementary Lunch & Social time

Location: Blissful Real Estate, 1850 N. Alafaya Trail, Unit 1A,  Orlando, FL 32826

DISCLOSURES – REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT RISKS

All real estate investments are subject to some degree of risk. No assurances can be given that the fair market value of any real estate investment will not decrease in the future or that the investors will recognize full value for any investment. Investments in real estate and real estate-related entities are subject to long-term cyclical trends that give rise to significant volatility in real estate values. The ability to realize anticipated rental income will depend, among other factors, on the financial reliability of its tenants, the location and attractiveness of the property, the supply of comparable space in the areas in which it is located and general economic conditions.   Other risks include changes in zoning, building, environmental and other governmental laws, changes in operating expenses, changes in interest rates, changes in the availability of property relative to demand, changes in availability of financing, changes in costs and terms of mortgage loans, changes in oil and energy prices, changes in the relative popularity of properties, the ongoing need for capital improvements, cash-flow risks, construction risks, as well as natural catastrophes.