Don’t call it WSGF anymore. Vaycaychella (OTC Pink: VAYK) is officially re-branded, completing a name, ticker, and listing change to reflect its brand mission better. And while that re-branding may have taken longer to complete than many expected (in public markets, they always do), Vaycaychella is now locked and loaded to generate significant returns for shareholders going forward.
By the way, that mission is already started. Since the name change became official last week, VAYK shares are higher by more than 38%. Better still, the trend has been decidedly bullish since the start of November, with shares touching multi-month highs in the process. Even better, while it may not seem material from the valuation perspective, the name change really does add to the value proposition, eliminating a cloud of ambiguity about the company. Now, VAYK can set out to do what has always been its intention- disrupt the vacation property real estate investment sector.
And it’s a plan in motion.
Disrupting The Vacation Property Investment Landscape
It started last year after World Series of Golf, Inc. acquired Vaycaychella to target massive opportunities inherent to business in the short-term property rental markets. And it’s a broad proposition, allowing investors and VAYK to take advantage of an enormous market that provides the potential to generate rental income from upstream companies like Airbnb (ABNB), VRBO, and Booking.com (BKNG). The better news is that VAYK facilitates exploiting these opportunities through a very simple process.
At its core, VAYK can best be described as the Robinhood (HOOD) of real estate investing, meaning that retail investors are finally provided a meaningful opportunity to participate in an investment market historically reserved for big wallet investors. And because of that, Vaycaychella user adoption is growing. The better news is that as the logistical hurdles from the pandemic become easier to navigate, so are the investment opportunities. In fact, reports suggest that more than five million private properties are now available for short-term rentals, surpassing the combined room totals of several of the largest hotel brands. And it’s no coincidence that growth is surging. After being quarantined for nearly two years, people worldwide are ready for action.
More importantly for Vaycaychella and its investors, as the number of properties available surges, so does the amount of investment opportunity. The better news is that VAYK hits multiple sides of the opportunity. In addition to outright ownership interest, the app also connects investors and owners for short-term projects, renovations, and even large-scale construction.
Blazing A Retail Real Estate Investment Trail
And facilitating those deals is a Vaycaychella platform that provides easy-to-find investment opportunities, online banking and credit card services providing entrepreneurs tools to manage their short-term rental businesses, and listings of investment opportunities worldwide. Not only that, the deals offered are broad, allowing for both short and long-term investments that generate mutual benefit for property updates, help with capital improvements, and even as the primary management tool for each property. Over the past six months alone, the platform enhancements made Vaycaychella a one-stop-shop to purchase and manage properties.
Still, while that happened behind the scenes, VAYK has done plenty to prepare itself for prime time. App functionality has been made simple and makes partial and whole ownership in vacation rental property available to the masses. Many have compared it to the retail-focused stock investing app, Robinhood, which went from a small start-up to a multi-billion company in less than a decade. They did that by doing what Vaycaychella is doing- bringing an untapped investment opportunity to the retail investor class.
And keep in mind, Robinhood was and likely is still hated by Wall Street because it made stock market investment simple. If investors have the cash, they can buy stock. It nearly eliminated all fees and commissions to big brokers. Moreover, it exposed just how tilted the markets were in favor of market makers and brokerage houses.
Well, VAYK is exposing similar issues. Not only that, they are showing that property deals can be closed in days instead of weeks and without the volumes of paperwork typically associated with getting a loan. Like Robinhood with stocks, if investors have the cash, through VAYK, they can buy real estate. Hence, expect industry pushback. But, also know that VAYK can persevere.
Here’s what investors will appreciate. VAYK gets the job done by eliminating obstacles that often make property investment challenging for smaller investors. Unlike traditional property investment, investors can negotiate without completing the usual income verification and background checks. The app appeals to 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.
Perhaps the most distinguishing part of the app is that its innovative and accessible features are attracting a new generation of retail investors that may not otherwise have an opportunity to find and invest in global properties. Utilizing app-based technology, Vaycaychella makes investment opportunities seamless, again hoping to do for real estate investment what Robinhood did for retail stock investing.
Enhanced Version 2.0 Vaycaychella
Also being put into play is Vaycaychella 2.0, a platform enhancement creating a comprehensive software application to support entrepreneurs to finance the acquisition and renovation of short-term vacation rental properties through a P2P software application. Also, VAYK recently announced strengthening an already robust platform and concept by engaging with experienced and proven resources to add a Vaycaychella cryptocurrency exchange. That project intends to allow Vaycaychella’s short-term vacation property rental entrepreneurs the ability to raise funds for their purchase and/or renovation projections through a dedicated cryptocurrency.
The better news is that Vaycaychella will provide tools that help the entrepreneur to create a cryptocurrency, and its Vaycaychella App Version 2.0 includes functionality designed to complement the cryptocurrency features. Expect the Version 2.0 app and cryptocurrency integration to launch by the end of this year.
Notably, that project is being developed with help from its pilot customer, V-Royal, which has 100’s of target properties ready for listing and supported by the creation of dedicated cryptocurrencies. And more than ready to list, WSGF said that V-Royal and Vaycaychella are already working to immediately begin listing new properties and creating dedicated cryptocurrencies once the App and Exchange are launched. Hence, news of that front is imminent.
And there’s more good news. Vaycaychella said in a release that it is making tremendous progress to close an acquisition of a target company that should add immediate shareholder value. While no name was provided, WSGF noted that the target company is a highly innovative travel industry technology start-up with a proven proprietary software application and corresponding infrastructure. Moreover, they say that it has an inherent ability to seamlessly integrate comprehensive travel booking functionality for any licensee the way Stripe provides any licensee the ability to process online payments.
Thus, the remainder of Q4 and all of 2022 is shaping up to be a breakout year.
Momentum Into Q4 and 2022
Now, the Vaycaychella marketing team is doing its part to get this revolutionary app into the hands of millions of potential property investors. And while it may take time to reach milestones, incremental updates could turn out to be catalysts. Keep in mind, Robinhood started out as a small but innovative app too. Less than a decade later, it’s mainstream.
Thus, don’t underestimate the app’s potential. Moreover, with momentum building, keeping its 52-week highs near $0.07 in the crosshairs could be in play heading into the early parts of 2022. In fact, with the branding now complete and the stock trading under its flagship name, current gains may be the launchpad for more appreciable moves.
Moreover, as the only known app of its kind allowing a typical retail investor to amass real estate interests worldwide, a move higher may indeed be in the cards. And at less than $0.02 per share, VAYK may offer a value proposition too big to ignore.
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