World Series of Golf Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) confirmed on Wednesday that the launch of its best-in-class real-estate investment app, through its wholly-owned Vaycaychella subsidiary, is on schedule to launch in February. The app is expected to revolutionize the way real estate investors and property owners can connect. More valuable to WSGF shareholders is that the company is projecting the app will deliver upwards of $100 million in revenues after its first 12-months in the market. That projection creates a potentially massive value opportunity. Moreover, the P2P app is expected to make its global product launch in June following the beta-testing next month, making the investment consideration timely.
Vaycaychella, which was acquired by WSGF last year, is now WSGF’s primary business focus. The asset attracting attention is its peer-to-peer (P2P) technology solution to connect short-term rental property buyers with alternative investors. The P2P application (app) is also part of a fintech ecosystem solution suite for short-term rental property owners that includes a Visa Card solution and plans for a cryptocurrency component.
The functionality of the app is being called a potential game-changer in the industry. Here’s why:
A First Of its Kind P2P App
The single most referenced advantage to this app is that Vaycaychella will make investing in property ownership more manageable than ever before. Its new processes streamline deals and create opportunities for aspiring property owners and investment partners to develop valuable business relationships with the common goal of building substantial real estate portfolios.
From an investment perspective, the biggest attraction to WSGF shareholders is that Vaycaychella will add a sustainable source of revenues to the company from users completing transactions and interacting easily over the app’s accessible interface. And because the deals generally start in the six-figure range, WSGF revenues can ramp quickly from a percentage of sales basis.
After its first round of market testing, the analysis resulted in WSGF management believing the app could reach an ambitious revenue target of $100 million in its first year. Although it’s a lofty projection, they base that guidance on the app’s unparalleled possibilities in terms of quickly navigating deals and bringing together parties looking to make deals.
Vaycaychella is also unique in that it exceeds the conventions of similar apps by creating a space for investors and property buyers to build portfolios and connect for business. Valuable tools within the app calculate opportunities and highlight metrics like return-on-investment and general costs of ownership. The comprehensive and detailed analysis allows users to focus solely on making new connections rather than spending time crunching numbers. Most importantly, Vaycaychella can eliminate non-negotiable actions, help users avoid conventional loan processes, and hurdle most traditional property buying procedures, including inspections and title checks.
At its best, Vaycaychella fosters connections between investors and property owners while also easing tedious processes that have until now seemed unavoidable. That alone is worth its weight in real estate.
Building A Property Portfolio Through An App
Technology is amazing. And few would have thought that a single app could be designed to help build real estate focused, revenue-generating investment portfolios. Vaycaychella did just that.
Unlike other apps created for the short-term rental industry, Vaycaychella offers investors and property owners opportunities to develop relationships typically designed to benefit from rental services down the road. And while its sounds like Airbnb, Vaycaychella is far from it. In fact, the focus by Vaycaychella is not to benefit from renting rooms but rather from the investments made by building, renovating, and developing individual properties. The rental income is the icing on the deal.
It differs further from Airbnb NASDAQ: ABNB) because it connects investors with property owners, rather than Airbnb’s model of matching renters to rental properties or hosts. Simultaneously, Vaycaychella is designed to make property acquisition more manageable to establish new short-term vacation businesses down the road.
Another distinguishing feature is that Vaycaychella opens the door to real estate investors of all sizes and experience levels. Also, Vaycaychella’s accessible interface centers clean transactions, allowing users to build extensive portfolios and expedite financing processes no matter how much experience they have in property investments.
And, because the app allows investors and sellers to bypass strict credit checks and analysis of income to debt ratios, it becomes an excellent platform for users of all levels to gain experience and build a property portfolio. From a first deal to a second or third property acquisition, Vaycaychella’s streamlined process broadens the horizon of real estate investment to a new level.
At its core, Vaycaychella opens the world of short-term vacation rentals to the masses and can be accessed by beginners or seasoned rental owners equally. It’s a win-win proposition. That is to say, Vaycaychella users and WSGF investors benefit.
WSGF Setting To Reap Rewards
WSGF has put in the work. The app is now getting set to deliver its rewards, and WSGF is the prime beneficiary.
True, its bullish target of $100 million in revenue in its first year after launch is ambitious. But, remember, the Vaycaychella app features unmatched centralized steps to support a wide range of investors’ and property owners’ needs.
Further, with Vaycaychella reaching its final development stages and building upon encouraging user-testing feedback for its accessible functionality, the stage is set for a successful launch. And as much as it can help fuel growth in WSGF shareholder value, the bottom line is that users will have the unique ability to make valuable business deals from their smartphones, boosting their own real estate portfolios and add new sources of passive revenues. Vaycaychella, and WSGF, will reap the rewards from the business the app generates.
To further support the app’s growth and extend its reach, the company is also launching and supporting a Visa card service for hosts, which is also expected to launch in February 2021. Other supporting applications are being designed to add value to the app and card.
With the app on schedule to launch next month, Vaycaychella delivers a significant value opportunity to investors and property owners alike. Real estate investors have referenced the app as a potential game-changer in the vacation and real estate investment industry. WSGF investors believe its innovative design and functionality will provide a substantial boost to company earnings. Thus, it’s a scenario where everyone wins, and those types of investments often attract attention. February could be significant for WSGF.
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