With World Series of Golf, Inc.'s (OTC Pink: WSGF) Vaycaychella nearing its planned Q2 launch, WSGF stock looks attractive. Although shares have been caught in sector weakness, a rebound could be in play as its prime asset, Vaycaychella, gets set to potentially revolutionize the global vacation rental real estate investment market. Since 2020, WSGF has been putting the pieces of this innovative investment app together, and with its final beta testing expected to conclude this month, the App could open a world of investment opportunity to retail investors wanting to build a global property portfolio.
Shares gained ground early Monday ahead of the company's planned Tuesday update. And with the company's FY2020 Annual Report published, which satisfies its reporting requirements, the stock could be positioned to rally on confirmation that the App is on schedule to hit its production launch target date. WSGF acquired Vaycaychella last year and has committed its resources to make this asset its primary business focus. A name change reflecting the alternative real estate finance focus is underway.
While the premise of the App sounds simple, the configuration is not. And that's what makes the investment so intriguing. Targeting a massive vacation real estate investment market, Vaycaychella is on a mission is to expand the short-term rental ecosystem upstream from rental Apps like Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB), VRBO, and Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE) that match renters to landlords. Taking a different approach, Vaycaychella matches investors with property owners and developers through a mutually beneficial introduction that can provide each party attractive returns.
The revenue generated through Vaycaychella could be enormous. And that surge could cause an exponential rise in WSGF stock.
Vaycaychella In The Caribbean
WSGF management is undoubtedly optimistic about its flagship asset. They believe that Vaycaychella will provide upwards of $100 million in revenues within its first 12-months in the market. Although that sounds like lofty guidance, consider that investment apps like Robinhood have reached billion-dollar valuations in less than five years in the market.
Vaycaychella could follow in the same path, primarily through targeting a real estate investment market opportunity that could face little to no near-term competition. And by the time competitors try to creep its space, Vaycaychella's first-to-market status could protect its market share.
Vaycaychella is already active.
Currently, it operates a portfolio of Caribbean vacation properties serving as a pilot model to validate the sector opportunity. The goal is to build a business around providing an alternative financing resource that empowers entrepreneurs to develop and expand short-term vacation property rental businesses. Already, Vaycaychella has provided alternative financing to back multiple short-term vacation rental properties and a boutique hotel. Those deals provide capital to owners and attractive returns to the investor. Thus, the agreements produce a win-win proposition.
Better yet, the barriers to making a deal are low. In fact, in sharp contrast to conventional property investment, Vaycaychella facilitates agreements that require no credit checks, no income to debt ratios, and no income verification. If an investor has capital, a deal can be made.
Also, in a move that could create even more flexibility in financing investment opportunities, Vaycaychella will integrate cryptocurrency and crowdfunding functions into its platform. Most important, though, is that Vaycaychella provides an alternative financing fintech application as a resource for individuals that might not be able to access a traditional mortgage. In short, the App could be an ideal tool to finance income-producing rental properties with potentially better terms compared to conventional lenders.
Vaycaychella Expected To Launch In Q2
The excellent news for stock investors stock and those wanting to use the App is that its launch is less than two months away. Management has reiterated its plans to launch the App no later than May of this year and possibly by the end of April.
The timing could be excellent. It's expected that the post-Covid-19 convergence of an increase in vacation demand and housing supply could result in an ideal buying opportunity for the would-be short-term vacation property owner/operator entrepreneurs. In fact, both Airbnb and Expedia are tracking toward their respective 52-week highs as analysts model the positive impact to the sector from an easing pandemic.
Vaycaychella's peer-to-peer alternative real estate investment and fintech app could be a game-changer to the industry. At the very least, it fills an enormous niche by targeting an investment market that has been neglected by trading-app developers. As it stands, it's the only known App that targets retail investors that provides a unique opportunity to build a property portfolio through just a few clicks on a smart device.
Better still, the App is especially appealing because its Peer-To-Peer (P2P) design connects short-term rental property buyers to sellers. And, because of deal structures that allow for fractional ownership or investment interest in multiple properties across the world, it creates an opportunity for those that might not have had the resources before to make a purchase on their own. Thus, Vaycaychella brings with it the potential to create a new breed of alternative investors.
It can also change the way deals get done. Specifically, through its secure and feature-rich platform, Vaycaychella closes the distance between the parties involved by making global transactions possible through a few touches on a smart device. Perhaps the best part of the App, though, is that it allows parties to do away with almost every obstacle associated with traditional real estate investment. Although some find it hard to believe, Vaycaychella is designed to close transactions quickly and eliminate credit checks, lengthy applications, and property surveys.
Q2 Could be Transformational
Now, with Vaycaychella's planned launch date approaching, WSGF stock could get a bounce. In February, shares jumped by more than 70% intraday on the news that its final beta testing had started. This time the stakes could be even bigger.
An update following its launch could have a considerable impact on WSGF valuation. Not only would user adoption be a key metric to gauge its long-term potential, but details could also allow analysts to fill in pricing models to better appraise the company stock. And such an update could be less than three months away.
Despite recent weakness in the stock, WSGF is likely to grab its footing and reverse course with positive momentum ahead of Vaycaychella's launch. Indeed, it's hard to gauge OTC Pink stocks, but what is clear from trading patterns is that even the slightest amount of buying pressure can substantially impact prices. Thus, the recent volatility could be attributed to the overall weakness in the broader nano-cap markets.
Putting the past two weeks of trading aside, Q2 could be transformative for Vaycaychella and WSGF stock. And both are set up for success, making the stock attractive to both short and long-term investors. At current prices, the launch of Vaycaychella is not priced into the shares. That, in and of itself, makes investment in WSGF a timely and compelling consideration.
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