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Cogress partners on £13m transaction in Hackney

Cogress has partnered with OakNorth, the bank for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs, on a £13m deal to Carlton James, a developer who’s successfully completed projects in Hoxton, Islington and Shoreditch.

By Daniel Levene|February 28 th, 2018|

Cogress Investment Outlook for 2018

They say the only constant in life is change, and this was certainly the case for the UK property market following several key events across 2016 / 2017. The team at Cogress discuss how these events will impact Cogress’ Investment strategies for the year ahead.

By Daniel Levene|January 29 th, 2018|

How to build trust between developers and investors

As the property investment market continues to move through uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to create a long-lasting sense of trust between investors and developers. Building trust means being able to understand the interests of both parties and finding critical points of alignment.

By Callum Ferguson|January 24 th, 2018|

5 areas in London to keep an eye out for in 2018

Our team of analysts has scoured the market to identify five areas that they think will prove interesting for investors, read more about of their prediction.

By Daniel Levene|January 10 th, 2018|

The State of the Property Market

As Britain moves into one of the most anticipated periods in its history, we are delighted to have partnered with OakNorth to discuss some of the interesting market trends and emerging sectors within the property space.

By Cogress|October 25 th, 2017|

The UK’s Hotel Market

Investors in hotels have shown confidence to invest in new hotels as well as refurbish and extend existing stock.

By Daniel Levene|December 14 th, 2017|

Start-ups in London

With London now being a centre for some of the world’s leading tech start-ups, the demand for creative, modern and functional office space has continued to grow.

By Daniel Levene|November 30 th, 2017|

The B-word. From banks to virtual currencies?

Bitcoin has been a constant source of interest and confusion since it thrust itself into the mainstream more than eight years ago. is it just a phase we are experiencing or something that will eventually die down, or is it opening the door to a new norm?

By Tal Orly|September 27 th, 2017|

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