David Osio has announced that the Davos Real Estate Group will be connecting with customers through their mobile phones with the Davos Cap Calculator app.
The Davos Real Estate Group, owned by the Davos Financial Group, is taking its focus on investment strategy and applying it to technology in a way that allows their clients to take advantage experience from the comfort of their smartphones.
Gerard Gonzalez, Executive Director of Davos Real Estate Group, made the group’s mission in 2016 to perfect this app for release. Along with tech startup Tecknolution, the Davos Cap Calculator was designed to be useful in helping clients determine whether or not investment properties are the right move for them depending on the potential expenses associated with that property.
David Osio has said that this attention given to technology lines up with the Davos Real Estate Group’s overall business prospects in the year to follow. It allows the group to guide their clients in making financial choices even when not engaged in direct consultation. With this application, clients will be able to approximate their monthly cost after acquiring a property and potential returns on their initial investment.
The overall aim of empowering clients will be made simpler when Davos releases even more apps in this campaign. Some of these apps will let clients research the history of certain properties and engage in direct chat with group representatives. The next scheduled for release is the Mortgage Calculator makes for predicting mortgages based on loans by banks, rates of interest, and funding periods.
The continued development of their apps is working in concert with their goal of establishing new strategic partnerships in international markets, particularly in Europe, beginning with Spain.
About David Osio:
After landing a leadership position with Banco Latino International in Miami, David Osio ventured on his own to start the Davos Financial Group, providing financial advice to business leaders all over Latin America. Under his leadership, Osio watched his group grow into one of the largest financial management companies in the business, setting up offices in Panama, Miami, Geneva, and New York.
Outside of his regular business obligations, Osio has a long history of being involved with non-profit organizations that help cultivate and promote art and culture that organically sprout from communities, as well as those that seek to offer medical relief for the under privileged such as the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation, Fundana Foundation, and many others.