Davos Real Estate Group has recently released a mobile app called the “Davos Cap Calculator,” meant to assist in financial investments of US properties. It allows one to calculate the net income, capitalization rate, and cash flow of real estate investment. One of the capabilities of the Davos Cap Calulcator is a function that allows one to enter mortgage information to see how the terms and conditions of this impact the profitability and cash flow of the investment. More functions of the application are already planned, such as the implication of search properties in MLS (Multiple Listing Services) in order to calculate mortgage and other industry-related services. CEO David Osio states that having a property as an alternative asset in an investment portfolio is important because it diversifies the portfolio. This gives a balance in yield spreads and can improve returns and reduce risk levels. The Davos Cap Calculator is available now to download for free on the iTunes and Google Play stores.
The Davos Real Estate Group is led by CEO David Osio, and is just one of the companies that make up the Davos Financial Group. Osio graduated from Andres Bello Catholic University, a leading university in Venezuela, in an advanced management program for International Banking Law. He started his career as the President and CEO of the company OPED Enterprise in 1981, where he worked with coffee export programs. He later climbed the ranks of Letco Commercial Companies, structuring marketing programs for industrial products in the US. Eventually, Osio obtained a leading position in the Private Banking Division of Banco Latino International (BLI) in Miami, and was promoted to Vice President of Banking Commercial in less than two years.
David Osio decided to start his own business ventures in 1993, which became the Davos Financial Group. The Group was the first in Venezuela to provide financial advice for such exclusive clientele. Something that David Osio considers of the highest importance is maintaining and promoting social responsibility within his companies. Osio and his companies have consistently collaborated with nonprofit organizations, especially those with a focus on helping communities and people in need through art and culture. Osio supports many different foundations, both national and international, including the UMA Foundation, Fundana Foundation, and Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. The Davos companies have also won many international awards due to Osio’s management performance and social contributions to the community.