World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) is finding success following the launch of its alternative short-term rental purchase finance application, Vacaychella. The app brings together investors and property owners by providing a more straightforward purchase platform of short-term rental vacation properties listed by its user base.
Vaycaychella was acquired by WSGF last year, and following its successful launch, WSGF has been updating its brand name to better reflect its current business focus. In the near term, the company plans to drop its original name of World Series of Golf in favor of Vaycaychella, and management has announced that these changes are completing their way through the required regulatory processes. Expect an update soon.
The name change marks an important step in WSGF’s growth and demonstrates its confidence and dedication to its mission. The better news is that it may be the first of several near-term value-creating events.
A Revolutionary Real Estate Investment Platform
The first already happened. Earlier this summer, WSGF launched Vaycaychella, an alternative property investing app that intends to make rental property investment options more accessible to entrepreneurs and investors. The platform’s debut was met with great reception, and the company is now focusing on adding new features and delivering excellent customer service to its growing user base.
WSGF’s Vaycaychella is unique and aims to eliminate most obstacles that often make property investment challenging for smaller investors. Unlike traditional property investment, investors can negotiate without completing the usual steps of income verification and background checks. This app appeals to both investors and real estate property owners by offering a streamlined process that mirrors the stock market – as long as the investor currently has the available funds, they can make an offer just as they could purchase shares of a company.
Better still, the platform enables a much greater pool of potential users to find, advertise, and invest in short-term rental properties, eliminating the need for intermediaries and allowing users to quickly list their properties on popular platforms such as Airbnb (ABNB). Vaycaychella also enables users to create their own profile pages that detail their experience, targeted property acquisitions, and potential renovation projects. These can be easily shared with other users looking for an investment opportunity through the platform.
Vaycaychella’s alternative property investment process is unlike anything else currently on the market, and by appealing to the rapidly growing pool of retail investors created by similarly accessible apps such as Robinhood, WSGF has the potential to generate millions in revenue from its services.
Post-Launch Developments Will Drive Expansion
In fact, Vaycaychella expects that it can generate upwards of $100 million during its first full year after its production launch. If so, expect WSGF to surge in value. An update on the pace of user adoption and app traction is imminent.
Already, WSGF’s efforts to commercialize the platform have paid off in the form of a rapidly expanding user base. To best serve this growing audience, WSGF is focused on additional acquisition and development opportunities and securing new property listings and investments in countries worldwide.
Vaycaychella is currently concentrating on real estate investment opportunities in Cuba, hoping to capitalize on the considerable prospects presented by the country’s willingness to welcome foreign investment to boost international tourism rates.
Based on current performance trends, WSGF has maintained its belief that Vaycaychella can generate as much as $100 million in revenues by the end of 2022. This might sound like a difficult task, but remember that the demand for accessible investment-focused apps has never been higher, and apps such as Robinhood have already earned billion-dollar valuations in just under five years of operation. The unique offerings of Vaycaychella could achieve the same success.
The timing of Vaycaychella’s release is also ideal given the strengthening economic conditions that have followed waning pandemic restrictions. Heading into the back half of this year, the industry is expected to surge as pent-up demand and stimulus capital make their way into the markets.
And with its unique ability to connect investors with real estate developers by providing a robust platform and a simple investment process, Vaycaychella and WSGF are well-positioned for exponential growth as more users join the service.
Looking Ahead At 2021
Vaycaychella’s public launch was a milestone reached for WSGF, and the platform’s future cryptocurrency integration could help to attract even more users.
The in-development version 2.0 update will include crowdfunding features, a bigger pool of listings, and support for additional investment methods, including cryptocurrency. Also, in an upcoming shareholder update, WSGF plans to share details of the app’s user adoption rate, listing statistics, and completed deals on the platform. A positive update could serve as the first of several catalysts heading into the back half of the year. It could also send it on a track to reach the $0.20 price target set by Goldman Small Cap Research, representing a nearly 400% increase from current levels.
Indeed, the current share price makes WSGF a compelling investment opportunity. And when considering the massive rise in demand for rental and vacation properties following the loosening of travel restrictions worldwide, Vaycaychella couldn’t have been released at a more opportune time.
Moreover, with a steadily increasing userbase and the impending rollout of cryptocurrency support, WSGF is generating more buzz than ever – and investors may be wise to take advantage of its low share price ahead of its next update, which could close the disconnect between price and intrinsic value.
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