Property Invest USA is a full-service real estate investment company, whose main focus is to offer investors turnkey and hassle-free properties with high returns. “The company focuses on income-producing properties in Baltimore, Maryland, offering high yield net returns starting at 10%,” says Cengiz Bayirli, who is originally from Turkey, and after 20 years of experience as an international agent, decided to move to Miami in order to fully immerse himself in the U.S. market. “These investment opportunities aim to provide hands-off real estate to savvy investors who value their time,” he says. “Aside from the property itself, we want to make sure it’s as easy as possible for the clients. We facilitate many services such as the structuring of a corporation, bank accounts and property management. These services are at no extra cost to the investor and there are no hidden fees.” The whole process has been carefully crafted to make the process as straight forward as possible — and everything can be done remotely from start to finish. The business model has been extremely successful, especially with the pandemic, during which many investors have realized the importance of having a second and passive income. Bayirli, also Managing Partner of International Realtors Group (parent company of Property Invest USA), together with Giovanna Guzman, broker of IRG, have a combined 40+ years of experience in the U.S. real estate market. Together, they’ve helped hundreds of international clients find their perfect real estate investment opportunities; PropertyInvestUSA.com.
Some of the most unforgettable experiences for Rodrigo Vianna, MD, PhD, are when he comes across a patient who is now an adult and he performed a transplant on them as a baby. Seeing them older, living healthy lives, doing the things they love, is an ongoing inspiration.
The Chihuahua breed’s origins are steeped in mystery. It’s widely believed that they are direct descendants of the Techichi — a small dog of Chinese ancestry that dates back to Mayan times. It’s possible that explorers bred the Techichi with a small hairless dog, and the Chihuahua was the result.