A New App From The Davos Real Estate Group Lets Clients Quickly Analyze Potential Investment Properties

The Davos Real Estate Group (REG), one of the Davos Financial Group companies, recently released an innovative app that allows users to input data from real estate they are considering purchasing, in order to estimate their return on the investment. Developed with Tecknolution, the app considers expenses when estimating potential returns. The Executive Director of Davos REG, Gerard González, work closely with Tecknolution on the app, which is available for both iPhone and Android devices. It is the first of several apps the company will make available for clients interested in investment properties in the United States.

Davos Financial Group CEO David Osio has said in interviews that his firm’s job is to mitigate risk in their client’s investment choices. The app cannot replace the advice of a real estate investment specialist, however, it does help clients take some initiative in understanding the risk of a potential investment. The Davos Financial Group always takes their client’s investment expectations into account when providing advice. Some clients prefer investments with the highest potential returns, while other clients prefer investment with minimum risk levels.

David Osio’s professional background makes him uniquely qualified to lead the Davos Financial Group. Using his degree in International Banking Law, Osio worked at the Caracas law firm, where he serviced corporate clients. Moving on to Banco Latino International in Miami, Osio’s talents were rewarded with the position of Vice President of Banking Commercial. At Banco Latino International, Osio significantly increased his client’s portfolios. Given his experience serving corporate clients in banking and law firms, Osio decided to start the Davos Financial Group, which consists of licensed companies in major cities around the world, each offering advice to select clients advice on risk and asset allocation. The company’s worldwide presence allows them to better serve high-net worth clients who need advice on expanding their business operations internationally.

Also a philanthropist, Osio supports a number of worthy organizations, including the Miami Symphony Orchestra and The Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. In each new city where a Davos Financial Group company begins operations, Osio finds charitable organizations, primarily those facilitating the arts, music and medical research, to support.

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