David Osio, the founder of the Davos Financial Group, announced recently that he and his team launched a new mobile application that helps the company’s clients calculate the estimated return on real estate investments. The technology helps real estate investors calculate potential gains after expenses.
Gerard Gonzalez, the executive director of DEG, worked closely with the tech company Tecknolution on the tools design and development. The new app is the first in a series of apps designed to enhance a client’s ability to identify potential investment properties. Using a built-in interactive chat tool, clients and agents at the Davos Real Estate Group can chat in real time using the app. The app also provides a feature that allows clients to forward current and past real estate reports to their agent.
Mr. Osio and Mr. Gonzalez discussed the many features of the tool during the announcement, and Mr. Gonzalez was quick to point out the apps power to paint a clear picture of an investor’s financial vision and their ability to generate profits from specific real estate purchases. The new app calculates the projected rental income of potential investment properties. The new app also features a mortgage calculator that allows users to forecast financing costs based on information provided by banks.
The Davos Real Estate Group is an independent company that works under the umbrella of the Davos Financial Group. David Osio is the founder of the Davos Financial Group, which is an industry leader in international finance with a focus on the Latin American Market. The primary goal of Osio and his organization is to provide comprehensive financial advice to clients and formulating sound investment strategies using a team of licensed professionals.
David Osio has extensive experience in domestic and global financial markets. He was the vice president of commercial banking for Banco Latino International from 1989 to 1993 and served as the manager of the banks private and corporate banking divisions. Mr. Osio is a graduate of the Catholic University Andres Bello in Caracas and he completed a specialization from the Institute of Higher Administration Studies. Mr. Osio also studied the management of investment portfolios at the New York Institute of Finance.