Vaycaychella has two words to say, “Rentrepreneurs Wanted!” It’s a battle cry that is getting louder as the company nears completing final beta testing for its revolutionary real estate investment app later this month. And for its parent company, World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF), Vaycaychella can be a revenue-generating juggernaut.
Expectations are high, with WSGF believing the app can deliver upwards of $100 million in revenues after its first full year in the market. If so, WSGF’s current share price of $0.03 could become a part of history that will never repeat. Moreover, with WSGF confirming revenue projections earlier this month, the stock’s 119% YTD gains could become the launchpad for exponential increases during the remainder of 2021.
Already, investors have been bidding the stock higher, apparently confident that the app can be a business generating game-changer for WSGF. And for potential app users, a doubling in size of its beta test participants adds confidence that the app will have the functionality needed to meet the needs of its massive target market- the retail investor.
Thus, Vaycaychella, and WSGF, are set up for success. That could be a reason why the stock has been surging, with gains of 56% in March alone. More increases are expected.
Opening A New Market
Vaycaychella is targeting a market opportunity that has been neglected. Current apps like Airbnb (ABNB) and Zillow (Z) do a great job matching renters and landlords. And while each service generates millions in revenues to its owners, it doesn’t infringe on Vaycaychella’s business model, which fits investors to owners. Thus, while the three sometimes get compared, the truth is that as of now, Vaycaychella is alone in creating a specialized vacation property investment market that they could own. Some believe that they could become the Robinhood app for retail real estate investors.
It’s possible, especially with Vaycaychella opening a market to empower a new generation of short-term rental property operator entrepreneurs (rentrepreneurs). Moreover, they are targeting a massive market opportunity that until now has been ignored. And for retail investors who want to build a global real estate portfolio, Vaycaychella could be the definitive app to make it happen even via fractional property ownership.
In fact, because of its design, Vaycaychella is expected to alter the landscape for retail investor participation in the billion-dollar vacation real estate market. The best part is is that the app does away with almost every obstacle associated with traditional real estate investment. Not only is Vaycaychella designed to close transactions quickly, but it also does away with credit checks, income to debt ratios, credit scores, and property surveys. However, that doesn’t mean deals aren’t secure.
In fact, agreements made through Vaycaychella are as binding to those of conventional loans and allow the investor and owner to draw their own terms. Deals can be structured as long-term property investments, short-term renovation projects, and speculative land purchases. For its part, Vaycaychella is the conduit to make those deals happen. And because of its comprehensive functionality, the app can be a part of the deal from start to finish. That’s what makes this asset compelling to the WSGF valuation.
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WSGF Deserves More Credit
WSGF is earning its keep, and higher valuations could follow. They acquired Vaycaychella last year with the intent to make the new business its primary focus. Fast forward, WSGF has filed for a name change that more reflects the company’s mission, has reached the final stages of its beta testing milestone, and is less than 90 days away from its planned market launch. Thus, the more than 119% surge this year makes sense.
And with the bullish sentiment expected to continue into the planned June launch, the stock could likely return to highs set earlier this year. And by reaching $0.07, that’s roughly 112% higher from current levels. But, if the increase stops at that level, investors would be undervaluing the app’s inherent long-term value.
Moreover, it would be ignoring near-term catalysts.
As the company begins April, two things are known. First, the company is accelerating its work to enhance a milestone reached in March. And second, a doubling in beta test interest shows that the app is earning user demand. From an investor’s perspective, both are good.
Also, with the next few months being a potentially transformative period for WSGF, getting ahead of the trade may be prudent. Company updates, revenue guidance confirmation, and the actual app launch are all value drivers. Moreover, Version 2.0 of the app, expected in the back half of the year, could open additional retail-based markets in the cryptocurrency and crowdfunding space. There, the app is expected to expand alternative finance options available to entrepreneurs around the globe.
Perhaps the key to Vaycaychella’s success will be that it opens the doors to investment to millions of potential users who don’t have easy access to banks or real estate professionals. Instead of no access, Vaycaychella can bring them full access. Better still, the size of an investor’s wallet won’t dictate their ability to participate. Fractional property ownership, short-term renovation investment, and property development interests are all available to the retail user. That’s what makes the Vaycaychella app not only a great concept but also one that can capitalize on massive market opportunities and demand.
And for WSGF, that can translate into exponential near and long-term rewards.
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