World Series of Golf, Inc. Investor Update Provides Reasons To Be Bullish; Highlights Initiatives To Accelerate 2021-22 Revenue Growth For Vaycaychella (OTC Pink: WSGF)

October 20 06:38 2021

World Series of Golf, Inc. (OTC Pink: WSGF) stock traded higher following a detailed management update last week. Although weaker broad markets have taken a toll on micro-caps since then, the increased volume shows WSGF stock very much in play.

Rightfully so, with management providing good reasons for investors to remain bullish. At the top of the list, Vaycaychella remains the most revolutionary app the vacation property investment market has ever seen and is the only app of its kind dedicated to empowering the entrepreneurial pursuit of establishing and scaling a short-term rental business.

And it’s big business, with the short-term vacation rental business market overall projected to exceed $85 billion in revenue in 2021 and more than $100 billion within the next four years.

That growth is evident in companies like Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), which is estimated to have five million property listings available. That total outnumbers combined rooms available from the top five hotel chains. And they are just one player. Several more like VRBO and Booking.com (NASDAQ: BNKG) also add to private property listings. Hence, the actual number of listed privately owned properties could extend well beyond ten million units. So, at the end of the rental-income-generating day, that’s excellent news for Vaycaychella.

Vaycaychella Empowers A New Class Of Entrepreneurs

After all, Vaycaychella is designed with a purpose to empower the entrepreneur to enter and compete within the massive short-term rental market by giving the entrepreneur tools not previously available. And they are going about that by creating an innovative app that can facilitate seamless transactions, match property buyers and sellers together, and help expedite loan approvals and property listings.

And as technology provides, WSGF is making its flagship asset stronger, launching a more direct Peer To Peer (P2P) version of the Vaycauchella short-term rental property purchase application. 

Even better, version 2.0 of Vaycaychella is being developed and is expected to be released before the end of 2021. That puts a catalyst in play. Keep in mind, the announcement of Vaycaychella’s initial launch sent shares prices higher by triple-digit percentages. It has the potential to do even better this time. And with its version 2.0 launch being coordinated with the creation of a Vaycaychella cryptocurrency solution that could further empower the short-term rental entrepreneur, a big move is likely.

In fact, that integration can be a potential game-changer to drive user adoption. The program intends to create a cryptocurrency exchange dedicated to the listing of cryptocurrencies that back short-term rental properties. As part of the platform, Vaycaychella provides entrepreneurs with the tools to efficiently create a cryptocurrency they can sell to raise funds for purchasing short-term rental properties. The newly created cryptocurrency is also listed on Vaycaychella’s exchange. Hence, those purchasing specific cryptocurrencies will be stakeholders in the short-term rental business. It’s a clever idea that makes the app more attractive to investors not having quick access to traditional banking.

Further, the version 2.0 app combined with Vaycaychella’s cryptocurrency solution will substantially lower the barrier to entry in the real estate market for entrepreneurs looking to gain access to the short-term rental industry and small investors that want to make fractional investments in short-term rental real estate ventures.

And while there’s a lot on its plate, there’s still more to like.

Tools To Disrupt A Billion Dollar Market

Vaycaychella is also planning to introduce tools for the entrepreneur beyond its innovative and comprehensive purchase financing platform. In fact, Vaycaychella announced working on adding online banking and credit card services that can extend to entrepreneurs as additional tools in managing their short-term rental businesses. These assets would be a means to facilitate property updates, help with capital improvements, and even as the primary management tool for each property. The functionality allows pre-set limits, and a means to be less engaged with daily management. After all, some Vaycaychella users only want to be investors, not managers.

Here’s even better news. Vaycaychella said it is in negotiations to acquire an existing travel booking technology to enable short-term rental property managers the ability to generate additional revenues from booking air travel and car rentals. Further, the technology will allow property owners and investors to add these premium booking services to their own property websites under their own brand name. Vaycaychella says the move is timely. And with the pandemic creating a surge in online purchasing, they may be right.

Still, the WSGF value proposition goes well beyond its 2.0 upgrade.

Bringing Real-Estate Investment To Retail

To those just hearing about Vaycaychella, it’s a potentially transformative real estate investment app that 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 startup 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. Better still, by offering even fractional ownership in properties, nearly every investor can participate. 

That’s a big deal in a huge market. And Vaycaychella is the only known app to offer investors partial interest in properties no matter their budget, credit score, or dollars in a bank account. Like trading stock, if they have the funds available, soon crypto too, they can purchase and create a property portfolio. And like the case in other tangible property investments, once people buy into the system, they tend to maximize its use. Hence, after experiencing the ease that Vaycaychella provides to build property ownership, small investors may seize the opportunity to own fractional interests in multiple properties worldwide. Not only would that mitigate risk, but it also takes care of seasonal changes that can affect incomes. 

But, from a WSGF perspective, the thing to focus on is that Vaycaychella is changing an industry. They have taken an area that was once accessible primarily only to big money and brought it to a scale where almost any investor can participate. Best of all, it’s easy to use. 

A Simple App With Massive Potential 

Buyers create a profile, sellers list properties, and deals get made. It’s almost like a dating app for real estate investors – and the ability to create a detailed profile and project pages make finding a match easy. The difference from traditional real estate investment options is that Vaycaychella has few exclusions to limit smaller investors. That’s where this market opportunity truly shines.

Even better, anyone can register as an investor – individuals or institutions. And once the simple registration process is completed, investors can view the prospective short-term vacation rental properties and the individuals behind the rental businesses running the property. As noted, one of the best features is that the app can help even small investors create fractional interests in properties across the globe. 

Simply put, Vaycaychella is the best app to make real estate investment more accessible to real estate investors of all types and worth. And it’s there that WSGF is capitalizing upon a largely unmet market opportunity in the age of simplified investment apps.

A Multi-Billion Dollar Real Estate Market In-Play

Moreover, the app should be understood as being more than a straight property investment app. Another attractive feature is that its industry-disrupting approach to real estate purchase also helps provide financing to anyone looking to acquire, restore, or operate a short-term vacation rental property. Investors can even take advantage of short-term investments by taking on a “remodeling” loan. They provide the cash, they get a premium interest rate in return. And with the property as collateral, it’s a safe deal. Keep in mind, these aren’t handshake deals. Vaycaychella facilitates a legal contract. And by allowing parties to bypass most of the lengthy applications and credit checks, deals can happen in days instead of months.

It can do that 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.

Even better, Vaycaychella has different sources of revenues, targeting a massive pool of users to find, advertise, and invest in short-term rental properties. At the same time, it eliminates the need for intermediaries and allows users to quickly list their properties on popular platforms like Airbnb. Also, Vaycaychella enables users to create their own profile pages detailing their experience, targeted property purchases, and potential renovation projects. These can be easily shared with other registered users looking for an investment opportunity. In short, Vaycaychella plays a matchmaker by facilitating an introduction between buyers and sellers.

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.

Still, the mission at WSGF is to generate revenues and post profits. And they are intent on delivering sooner than later. 

Seizing Market Opportunities By Being Different 

In fact, as a company in motion, WSGF is working hard to maximize its assets and penetrate markets. While the pandemic may have slowed the process and the industry, WSGF is far from stopped. Instead, it’s fair to say its development momentum is accelerating. 

Hence, while off their highs, share prices should be viewed as an opportunity and not a barometer of progress. All micro-cap stocks were hit hard in 2021, and many that survived have the potential to emerge stronger than ever. And for WSGF and its Vaycaychella app, they can do incredibly well from a population that is taking the advantage to travel after more than eighteen months of restrictions.

Thus, targeting 52-week highs closer to $0.07 is very much in play ahead of its 2.0 launch. And by adding a crypto component and enhancing its registration processes, moving back toward that price could happen faster than many expect. In fact, combining its app, its property interests, and the growth of the sector, WSGF’s Vaycaychella is not only tapping into the right market at the right time but can benefit from being one of the most compelling apps of the year for real estate investors. 

And as WSGF continues to aggressively market Vaycaychella as an industry-changing app, it could be only a national news headline away from earning global attention. If that happens, current share price levels are property investors should want to own.

 

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