Vaycaychella Launches Final Beta Testing For Its Game-Changing Real Estate Investment App; Expected To Generate $100 Million In Revenues

World Series of Golf’s, Vaycaychella, could be the most important real-estate investment app in 2021

World Series of Golf Inc.s (OTC Pink: WSGF), Vaycaychella, announced its beta launch on Monday, sending shares higher by more than 11% intraday. The Vaycaychella app is an alternative finance application designed to facilitate the purchase of short-term rental properties. Its beta test launch is expected to be the final testing phase before its planned full production launch in June of this year.

Confirmed parties that expressed interest in participating in its beta test are expected to be contacted by WSGF, which will provide the beta users access to the Vaycaychella application. The initial beta testing period is currently scheduled to last until the end of this month, with assessments made by WSGF in April. WSGF reiterated that after reviewing the user data, and making updates to the app, if needed, its production release expected in June remains on track.

A video presentation about Vaycaychella was published in February and provided detail on how the innovative app will work. At its core, the Vaycaychella app is designed to empower a new generation of short-term rental property operator entrepreneurs (or Rentrepreneurs) and give access to a new generation of real estate investors.

The presentation below provides an overview.


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Changing The Real Estate Investment Landscape

Investors that watched the demo are offering positive reviews. Some speculate that Vaycaychella has the potential to become the “Robinhood” app of real estate investing. They may be right. Vaycaychella targets a massive market that could attract tremendous interest from retail investors who have been shut out from building ownership in real estate. Better yet, this app will allow for fractional ownership in multiple properties across the globe- an entirely new concept and opportunity that Vaycaychella is creating and exploiting. 

Moreover, the first-of-its-kind app targets a retail investor market with a different strategy than other investment apps. That design could keep competitors at a distance and allow Vaycaychella to accelerate planned expansion into the short-term rental ecosystem with a different focus from rental apps like Airbnb (ABNB), VRBO, and Expedia, which concentrate on landlord/tenant relationships. 

Vaycaychella instead is designed to connect short-term rental property buyers and investors to owners, with a mission to enable parties that may not have had the resources before to make a purchase. 

Vaycaychella Beta Launch

The beta launch on Monday is a milestone, and investors reacted well to the news. And, after evaluating feedback from that final test early next month, the app’s introduction into the global markets later this year could be a powerful catalyst for WSGF stock. 

WSGF is certainly optimistic. They believe the app can deliver upwards of $100 million in revenues in the first year of its full production launch, which could exponentially impact WSGF share prices. Still, even if Vaycaychella generated only half that amount in the first year, WSGF stock would likely trade substantially higher on a revenues multiple alone. 

Thus, trading at roughly two-cents a share, early investors may share in an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an app that can revolutionalize real estate investment. The top-rated stock trading apps represent a peer example of the potential Vaycaychella has in a similarly targeted retail market. And, with diversification important to every portfolio, providing seamless, quick, and efficient exposure to global real estate investment could be one of the most important new apps in 2021.

As March continues and the beta test nears its conclusion, WSGF stock could certainly earn investor’s attention. After all, as the parent company of Vaycaychella, they are primed to benefit from significant growth in revenues. Thus, investment consideration at these levels may be timely.

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