David Osio’s real estate group, Davos Real Estate Group, recently announced that they were launching a new mobile app for their customers. The app, called the “Davos CAP Calculator”, is meant to estimate what sort of return the customer will have on real estate investments that they may be interested in.
Gerard González, who is the Executive Director for Davos Real Estate Group, has been working for the past six months with the company Tecknolution to develop and design the app for users to be able to research investment properties with. When speaking about the app, González said that it was developed as a tool to allow investors to have a clear financial vision when they are considering purchasing a piece of property. The app will also allow users to calculate what the potential rent on the property is and a mortgage calculator that will estimate what your mortgage on the property may be based on your information.
The Davos CAP Calculator app is currently available for both Android and the iPhone. In addition to the new app, González said that the team at Davos Real Estate Group is busy working on projects to help fulfill their customer’s growing needs. The company has recently expanded their agents by 60% which has seen an increase of sales by over 75% for them so far this year.
David Osio is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Davos Financial Group, which is the parent company for the Davos Real Estate Group. He is a graduate of Catholic University Andres Bello where he studied International Banking Law. After completing his education, he went to work for various companies before founding the Davros Financial Group in 1993. Osio’s business was the first business in Venezuela to serve a select clientele with financial advice. Since then, Osio has expanded his business greatly over the years. He has expanded to include offices in cities such as New York, Geneva, Panama, and Miami.
In addition to being a successful businessman, David Osio is also a philanthropist. He has supported organizations such as the Saludarte Foundation, the Miami Symphony Orchestra, the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation, and more.