Helping investors quickly figure out what kind of profit they might make when sampling from a mix of commercial real estate opportunities is something that any good firm should make as easy as possible. Investors are only looking to for returns on property, unlike the single family home buyer who is normally making an emotional decision. Davos Real Estate Group, headquartered in Miami, Florida, announced they have developed an app called the “Davos CAP Calculator.” The calculator is designed to help clients determine their estimated rate-of-return on investments-of-interest. http://www.wrcbtv.com/story/32284716/david-osio-and-his-executive-team-at-davos-real-estate-group-launch-its-new-real-estate-application
The real estate portion of this company is part of a larger holding, called Davos Financial Group. This group has had great success around the world, and has been a true standout relative to investments made in the Latin American markets over the past 20 years. David Osio said the development of this app was an important step for this real estate group to make in an attempt to make investing as easy as possible for those clients in the United States. The whole point of this app is to offer financial guidance in an easy-to-use, interactive, and always-available option.
Another benefit built into this app is a mortgage calculator. In this way clients can fully considered all aspects of an investment, including projections by the bank, how the length of the mortgage will impact the costs, and what the prevailing interest rates could be, depending on when the mortgage might be assumed. This app might not have been completed at a better time, as Davos Real Estate Group has been aggressively pursuing growth options in Europe, with a focus on Spain. This app will eventually work to support clients and agents across the entire group.
It is no wonder David Osio, CEO of Davos Financial Group, has a focus on Latin America. He was educated in Latin America and Venezuela. Initially starting out as the President of a coffee export company, some 12 years after successfully driving that venture, he would start his own financial group. His overall goal with his financial group is to create tailored experiences for clients in each market, fully aware that markets do vary. His firm becomes a student of the local economies where they are considering opening up offices, learning all they can so that they can eventually match the needs of people in the area, as opposed to trying to offer something outside of what they are looking for.
This smart approach to business has helped David Osio watch his financial group thrive, and they are on the precipice of celebrating a quarter century in business. His offices are also concerned about social and corporate responsibility, supporting those in need and fostering an atmosphere of cultural growth in the communities where he has a presence.