David Osio, Gerard Gonzalez and Pablo Bausili introduced Davos Real Estate Group’s (REG) new app for iPhone and Android devices. The new app, Davos CAP Calculator, is a calculator that will estimate the gain from property investments. The app includes all of the expenses involved in purchasing and selling a property in addition to the history of the market in order to provide an accurate estimate of the return investors can expect.
Osio states that the new app will help Davos REG to guide their clients when they are looking to invest in real estate properties in the United States. It will allow clients to forward historical data on specific properties to the agents at Davos REG and will provide clients with a better understanding of the financial aspects of purchasing properties.
The Davos CAP Calculator app is the first in a planned series of apps that Davos REG is working to introduce in order to better assist their clients. The complimentary apps will place real estate at the fingertips of the client and will help the client to identify potential properties as well as share the information with their realtor.
Davos REG is currently working to expand their services to clients by creating new partnerships internationally in order to be able to include international services in Europe, beginning with Spain. They have also expanded their number of agents, which has so far resulted in 75% increase over last year’s sales numbers.
David Osio is the Founder and CEO off Davos Financial Group (DFG), the parent company of Davos Real Estate Group. He began the company almost twenty years ago in order to meet the needs of the Latin American market, specifically Venezuela. Osio manages the operations and management of DFG and participated in the development of DFG’s portfolio. He has expanded the company to open international offices in Geneva, New York, Miami, Panama, and Lisbon.
David Osio graduated from Catholic University Andres Bello in Caracas with honors. He became the Director of the Legal Desk MGO in Venezuela, where he provided legal advice to high profile clients. He then served as Vice President of Commercial Banking for Latino International Bank in Miami for four years prior to the formation of DFG. During his time there, he defined strategies and increased the portfolio of the bank in order to stabilize the banking industry of Venezuela.
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