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    • Market Analysis

Cogress Comments on Nationwide's House Price Index, June

Cain McKinnon, Cogress Investment Analyst, comments on Nationwide's House Price Index, June 2019:

Overall the market is experiencing modest growth in predictable areas and proving relatively resilient to a drawn-out period of negative sentiment and subdued activity. A continued search for value, and lower barriers to entry, will favour the regions as the market recovers from the ‘hold and wait’ period.

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    • Market Analysis

Cogress Comments on Today's UK House Price Index Data Release

Daniel Levene, Head of Analysis at Cogress, comments on the release of the UK House Price England Index: March 2019.

“England annual house price growth of 1.1% is marginally up on the previous month, however, it still sits significantly below inflation and is therefore continuing to show a contraction in real terms, as it has done since Q4 2018."

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  • Event category: Breakfast Briefing

3 Hot Property Asset Classes For 2019

Thursday, April 25th 8:30am, The Drawing Room, Fortnum & Mason

Join award-winning property investment company Cogress for an insightful look into the three property asset classes we believe hold the most opportunity for investors in 2019.

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    • Market Analysis

Real Assets

If anything, the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) has installed in us the importance of sticking to the fundamentals. This means keeping things simple and remaining focused during the investment process, particularly when times are tough.

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  • Event category: Breakfast Briefing

Property investment opportunities beyond London

Thursday, February 28th 8:30am, Fortnum and Mason

The three residential markets to watch for 2019: Join Investment Analyst, Avi Miller, for an insightful look at the UK’s hottest property markets.

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    • Market Analysis

What Would A No-Deal Brexit Mean for UK Property?

Last week the UK government revealed 84 sectors which it identified as ‘at risk’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit. An illuminating glimpse into the reality of the Brexit negotiations, the list featured a couple of curve balls, with Financial Services making a surprise appearance while Construction wasn’t featured – a positive sign for our industry.

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