While it’s no secret that World Series of Golf, Inc. stock (OTC Pink: WSGF) has been gaining in value, some investors may still be unaware that shares are now higher by roughly 168% over the past three months. It’s a big move that may be staying under the radar. Perhaps not for much longer.
However, for investors looking for value now, staying under the radar for now may not be a bad thing since the planned February beta launch of Vaycaychella’s revolutionary real estate investment app could serve as a catalyst to much higher share prices. The company already expects that the app can generate upwards of $100 million in revenues during its first 12-months of its global product launch. That catalyst could come by the middle of the year.
To provide an understanding as to why there is so much enthusiasm ahead of the official launch, WSGF announced a planned demonstration of its Vaycaychella short-term rental property investment application this Friday, February 5th, 2021. Whether viewing the demo as a stock investor or as a property investor, it’s a must see to understand how powerful the Vaycaychella app can be in a multi-million dollar market. It can also substantiate the bullish claims made by micro-test participants.
VaycaychellaIsDoing Things Differently
The Vaycaychella app itself targets a market that has been overlooked by most home-sharing apps. Rather than bring together owner and tenant, Vaycaychella is designing its app to bring investors and property owners together. The result could allow even small investors to build substantial property portfolios that generate passive income. Vaycaychella created the product as a first of its kind app that fosters investor-to-owner connections. That market could be tremendous, especially after understanding how the app works.
In simple terms, Vaycaychella creates a new environment for property owners and investors, allowing them to focus on making quick connections rather than the previously laborious process generally associated with conventional property transactions. Those that provided feedback for a micro-test said that the app offers functionality unlike any other real estate apps on the market. Management put that feedback into analytical models that extrapolated data and came out with a quantitative result suggesting the app could deliver $100 million in global revenue in the app’s first year. It’s a big number, but keep in mind that the transactions are large as well.
Estimates put deals as low as $200,000 and as high as $20 million. Of course, location typically dictates the terms. The good news is that despite the deal size, Vaycaychella (WSGF) earns a commission.
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Speedy Opportunities for Beginners and Experts Alike
Feedback was particularly favorable from users that said the Vaycaychella app presents a wide range of users, from property buyers/owners to investors, with opportunities to quickly and easily complete business deals. Tools within the app can promptly calculate return-on-investment opportunities and even factors in extra costs such as renovation and the impact of seasonal occupancy.
Moreover, the big selling point is that the app can help identify opportunities quickly, often picking up new listings and investment opportunities seconds after hitting the wires. The app also allows for more efficient transactions by eliminating the need for traditional financing or lending processes. More specifically, deals can be made without completing lengthy loan applications or title checks, hurdles the income to debt ration requirements, even bypasses the need for an investor credit check. But even though the deals eliminate the burdensome and restrictive personal requirements, the agreements still are executed professionally and legally.
To facilitate even faster transactions, developers also plan on including Visa cards and cryptocurrency components to provide its users’ the ability to close out deals and manage properties. Overall, investors and property owners of all levels can benefit from Vaycaychella’s market, finding better deals.
The best news may be that beginners and professionals alike can benefit from Vaycaychella’s manageable, user-friendly platform. The app is exceptionally suitable for individual investors because it simplifies transactions and allows users to build portfolios at a comfortable pace.
They also will not be subject to months of paperwork for each found opportunity. On the other hand, more experienced property owners working with multiple properties can also utilize Vaycaychella to locate new deals that may have been logistically impossible to close before using the platform.
Keep in mind, too, Vaycaychella provides a platform that combines some of the components of an Airbnb app with higher grade functionality to close financial investment deals. Moreover, with online travel connections becoming increasingly popular, Vaycaychella serves to provide the first step to actually establishing a rental property. Thus, when investors and property owners complete deals using Vaycaychella, they’re setting the stage for what could later become a property available on services like Airbnb. In other words, Vaycaychella can facilitate a transaction from due diligence stages to rental.
The app presents a win-win proposition for either side of the transaction. That, too, could drive massive adoption of the technology.
Ambitious Targets Reflect Bright User Response
With Vaycaychella designed to support a broad range of users, from beginning investors to seasoned property owners, management has set an ambitious goal of generating $100 million in revenue in its first working year. Their bullish target reveals just how successful the app has been in user testing and how popular it can be once it is launched.
Remember, too, that from a valuation perspective, several additional services are expected to be launched to support Vaycaychella’s central platform. As noted, a Visa card for property hosts adds another source of income to the company. And implementing cryptocurrency can help facilitate transactions across the borders quickly as well.
The biggest takeaway is that the features discussed and the technology integrated into the Vaycaychella app are unique and could provide the company with substantial competitive advantages. The biggest draw is that it may be the only app that centers business between investors and property owners to actually establish a property transaction. Can Vaycaychella become the Airbnb or VRBO of its market? Absolutely.
And that’s because Vaycaychella is an accessible application that offers a productive, user-friendly platform that allows investors to seize opportunities in the short-term vacation rentals market. Vaycaychella may do another great deed…bring massive opportunities to retail investors, who can then choose to grow their portfolios at the pace they desire. Even at their best, retail investors will never find accommodations like that at their local bank. That advantage alone could make Vaycaychella the preferred tool in rental real estate transactions. Friday will tell a lot more of this story.
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