A new real estate application was launched by the executive board of directors of Davos Real Estate Group on June 22, 2016. Among those who were present during the launch are Pablo Bausili and Gerard Gonzãlez. The new Davos CAP Calculator app is designed to help clients calculate the returns on real estate investments that they wish to acquire. The app was designed and developed by Tecknolution and monitored by the executive director of Davos Real Estate Group (REG), Gerald Gonzãlez. It runs on iOS and Android devices. It comprises of complementary apps that help a person to identify real estate properties and submit real estate reports to realtors at Davos REG.
How the Davos CAP Calculator Works
The Davos CAP Calculator app is one of the products that seeks to increase the customer base of Davos REG. Mr. Gonzãlez said that the app was developed based on the company’s business objective, which is to provide clients with investment advice based on their needs. He also mentioned that the app would offer real estate investors with financial insights on how to buy properties.
Mr. Gonzãlez said that the app could project rent estimates of a particular property based on the income of a person. In addition to projecting rent estimates, the app has a Mortgage Calculator. This add-on allows Davos REG’s clients to calculate the cost of their mortgages based on interest rate, time, and bank projections.
About David Osio
David Osio is a successful Venezuelan businessman who is also the CEO and founder of Davos Financial Group (DFG). The financial company mainly serves the Latin American population and has been in operation for more than twenty years. Osio attended the high-status Catholic University Andres Bello and graduated with an international banking law degree. He was the vice president of Banco Latino International. During his term, he helped the bank to secure a spot in the global market by diversifying its portfolio. Osio has leadership positions at Consolidated Bank, MGO, and Ferro. The skills that he acquired from Swiss Bank Corporation and the American Banking Association enabled him to start DFG.
Osio is also actively involved in charity work. Through his Davos group of companies, he supports the UMA Foundation, Miami Symphony Orchestra, and the Fundana Foundation. He has pocketed several accolades for his philanthropy and business ventures. These include the United State Congress Medal of Honor and the 2009 Movers and Shakers award.