World Series of Golf’s (OTC: WSGF) wholly-owned subsidiary, Vaycaychella, is making deals. This time, they are taking a position in the $32 billion Caribbean vacation market by financing the renovation of a six-room hotel in Miramar, a residential community outside Havana, Cuba. The deal partners Vacaychella to the property’s Canadian owner and will combine to refurbish the former mansion into an upscale hotel, restaurant, and night-club combination. The property is expecting to open its doors for business by the end of March.
Vaycaychella continues to build its real estate property and investment portfolio. The exciting part of the company, and the reason they believe they can generate upwards of $100 million in the first 12-months after launching its app, is that they can close deals where conventional financing is not available. Moreover, the app can help close deals that conventional financing would not even address.
In the past three years, using the same formula to close deals, Vaycaychella built a portfolio of short-term vacation property investments that didn’t qualify for conventional mortgages. The mission at Vaycaychella started by building a pilot client base targeting Caribbean based vacation property owners. That strategy has resulted in the company now having 10 beachfront community vacation homes under management. For its part, Vaycaychella is financing the property owner to acquire and refurbish the 10 premium properties.
Moreover, the company is demonstrating first hand just how valuable its app can be.
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More Properties Under Management
In fact, since launching the Vaycaychella website earlier this year, the company has successfully added several new properties to its short-term rental portfolio. These properties span the Caribbean from Mexico to Puerto Rico and now include properties in Cuba. That move, a proactive investment with a Canadian owner, comes as speculation mounts that the Biden administration will have a far more favorable view of rekindling relations with Cuba than former President Trump.
It’s now widely thought that Biden will remove most of the 200 measures instituted by Trump that limited the historic moves made in 2014 that lifted parts of Cuba’s trade and travel embargoes. The thawing of relations could be a significant boost to Vaycaychella’s investment opportunities.
And its peer-to-peer (P2P) app technology will not only be its driver for success, but it can also help to reshape the way investment is made in a multi-billion vacation rental industry.
Vaycaychella’s P2P App Disrupts An Industry
At its core, the Vaycaychella app is a peer-to-peer technology solution designed to connect short-term rental property buyers with alternative investors. It’s also a part of a fintech ecosystem solution suite for short-term rental property owners that includes a Visa Card solution. For investors looking to capitalize on its opportunity through WSFS stock, its planned beta launch is scheduled for February 2021, followed by a full production launch expected in June. The company is also planning to add a cryptocurrency component to the app to assist in cross-border financing and currency exchange. Read the interview with Vaycaychella CEO Here.
Better news may follow the initial app’s launch, with Vaycaychella expanding its mission to serve short-term vacation rental owners and investors with peer-to-peer investment apps that go beyond the original’s ability to pair owners with investors. The next stage of app development will have Vaycaychella introducing additional apps that serve short-term rental owners and investors by providing a host of services, including discounted access to rental amenity supplies, on-demand maintenance services, insurance, security, and international banking and credit card processing.
The suite of services could offer the only comprehensive means of purchasing, managing, transferring, and investing in vacation-rental properties without the need for conventional financing. More importantly, that could mean no credit checks, no lengthy applications, no need to produce years worth of financial records, and no need for a credit score that could exclude worthy investors.
Investors love it; banks hate it. Why? Because Vaycaychella will allow investors and owners to bypass the burdensome and expensive traditional means to acquiring and investing in property. Banks make money even when they deny credit. Vaycaychella, though, is incentivized to make deals happen by combining able partners together to make deals quickly, legally, and efficiently.
That’s why the app can not only be disruptive to the real estate investment industry, but its model can potentially change it entirely.
Beta To Market In 2021
The plan is to get the app to market quickly. As noted, following successful market testing, Vaycaychella’s planned launch of its app has the company and its investors optimistic that it can reach its ambitious revenue target of $100 million in its first year. Although that number is large, consider that the app offers unparalleled possibilities in getting deals done. And, those deals can be enormous.
Further, it’s best-in-class features exceeds the conventions of similar apps and creates a space for investors and property buyers to build portfolios and connect for business. The app has tools that can calculate financial opportunities like return-on-investment, can calculate the actual costs associated with property ownership, and lets users focus solely on making new connections rather than spending time on numbers.
Best of all, those that reviewed the app say that Vaycaychella eliminates non-negotiable actions and allows users to avoid loans, bypass most conventional procedures like inspections or title checks, and facilitate the transfer of money efficiently and quickly.
In simplest and best terms, Vaycaychella builds connections between investors and property owners and at the same time eases or even eliminates tedious processes that have until now seemed unavoidable. That aspect of the app alone can be worth its weight in tropical sand, which by the way, is expensive.
Investors Of All Sizes Can Participate
The most appealing part of the Vaycaychella app is that investors of all sizes and levels are put onto an equal playing field. Thus, big-money investors can’t crowd out the trade. Further, Vaycaychella’s accessible interface centers clean transactions, allowing users to build full portfolios and expedite financing processes no matter how much experience they have regarding property investments.
And, because the app does not require strict credit checks or analyzes income to debt ratios, it can be the best and preferred platform for users of all levels to gain experience and build a property portfolio. Its simplicity streamlines the processes and significantly broadens the opportunity of real estate investment to a new level.
In fact, here’s the bottom line: with Vaycaychella, users, perhaps for the first time in the sector, will have the ability to make valuable real-estate focused business deals from their smartphones, which can boost their own real estate portfolios and add diverse sources of new revenues.
From every angle, Vaycaychella offers significant value-creating benefits to investors and property owners alike, making it a potential game-changer in the vacation and real estate investment industry. The app will benefit users, but for investors in WSGF, if the app meets its expectations, it can provide a separate set of windfalls for stock portfolios as well.
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