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WSGF Announces Vaycaychella P2P Alternative Real Estate Investment App Beta Launch

prnewswire | March 01, 2021

WSGF Announces Vaycaychella P2P Alternative Real Estate Investment App Beta Launch
World Series of Golf, Inc. through its new working auxiliary, Vaycaychella, today reported starting beta testing of its elective account application intended to encourage the acquisition of momentary investment properties.

Tomorrow, an email will go out to all gatherings that communicated interest on the organization's site in taking part as beta clients. Subsequent to affirming beta clients, the organization will give the beta clients admittance to the Vaycaychella application. The underlying beta testing period is at present booked to go on until the finish of this current month at which time results will be inspected and application updates will be evaluated.

The organization is on target to deliver the application to beta clients before the current month's over. A creation discharge is additionally on target for June.

The Vaycaychella application is intended to engage another age of transient investment property administrator business visionaries (or Rentrepreneurs) and to offer admittance to another age of land financial backers.

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What will be the top real estate trends of 2016? We delved into Brian Buffini’s Real Estate Report and found three main factors that will influence the national market this year.