The Property Crowd – Big Returns For Investors?
Crowdfunded property investment is one way of turning a booming housing and commercial market to your personal advantage without having to first stump up a hefty deposit or commit to large amounts of mortgage debt if you go it alone. Yields can be impressive, often much higher than bank or building society savings rates, yet the risks are low.
Pooling funds with other investors not only spreads risk – it also boosts your buying power, opening up opportunities to own a share in high-yielding, buy-to-let city-centre property with a relatively small outlay. Inevitably, the increased popularity of this type of scheme has seen more property crowdfunding platforms emerging. They might all appear to be offering much of the same, but there will be marked differences in standards and can they provide the returns they promise?
Take commercial and residential property crowd funding community Cogress. Cogress is an equity partnership making property investment opportunities straightforward and accessible for it’s community of investors. Their investors have had great success in property markets all around the world including here in the UK:
“Success is not just about providing finance; it is about creating opportunity for all of our stakeholders.” – Tal Orly, Co-Founder & CEO
Cogress’ successes have seen BIG returns for it’s community of like-minded investors across the globe. Here are just a few:
- Nashville, Tennessee – Capital raised £1,045,597, Achieved Annual Return 36.2%
- Haifa, Israel – Capital raised £1,205,036, Achieved Annual Return 38.5%
- Golders Green, London – Capital raised £825,000, Achieved Annual Return 25.07%
Cogress is a community of investors. They are an exit-oriented private equity platform connecting their community with opportunities usually reserved for the largest investors. Their platform carefully vets and matches all property developers and investors, giving piece of mind on both sides. Their experience is backed up with numbers. Since 2009 their management team has invested in more than 250 projects globally including the US, Canada, Germany, Cyprus and Israel, with over £1.5 billion of asset value, before joining together to create Cogress. The company was founded with a clear focus on the UK market, where they already have a range of investments.
Cogress’ investment units start at £20,000. If you’re an investor and interested in finding out more about Cogress, and how they could make your money work harder for you, click here to get a free information pack.