With excitement bubbling over the growth potential in the marijuana stock market, investors are keen on which pot stocks are the best to ride that wave of hype into comfortable returns.
These 3 marijuana stocks make for some of the best investments in the cannabis industry for risk-averse investors.
U.S. real estate values are blazing, at least that is in the parts of the country where the sale of marijuana is now legal.
While the potential market is huge, there’s just one problem. All of Canada’s marijuana stocks are so expensive that no valuation-based investor will touch them. Fortunately, there are ways investors can have their cake and eat it too. All you need to do is identify industries that will get a nice bump from legal pot.
Marijuana has quickly become the next “can’t miss” investing idea for investors across North America. Despite this huge potential market, people are reluctant to put any of their cash into this market
Real estate is the next big catalyst for marijuana stocks in 2017, as more voters demand legalized recreational and medical cannabis in their states.
Since Maine voters legalized marijuana, real estate brokers in the state are seeing an increased demand for industrial space, according to a Jan. 16, 2017, article in the Portland Press Herald. Maine’s industrial real estate market had been improving in recent years, and the need for marijuana business space has given the sector a new boost.
Governor Rick Snyder has just a few bills from last session left to consider. Among them is a bill that would allow landlords to include a provision in their leases preventing tenants from smoking or growing medical marijuana.
Shares of industrial warehouse companies such as Prologis Inc, Rexford Industrial Realty Inc and Terreno Realty Corp that have significant exposure to the California market should benefit even if they do not lease to marijuana companies directly, fund managers and analysts say.
The marijuana industry is proving to be profitable for landlords, with businesses willing to pay premium rents. Conversely, it is also complex and has many details from a risk management standpoint.
New Cannabis Ventures broke the news Monday evening. It will be the first publicly-traded cannabis-related Real Estate Investor Trust or REIT and, if approved, would be the first cannabis company to be traded at the venerable NYSE.
HFO Real Estate Investment, an Oregon-based multifamily real estate investment firm, talks with attorney Charles Kovas for an update on what recreational marijuana legalization means for landlords and tenants.
On June 16, 2016, the Southern Nevada chapter of NAIOP, a commercial real estate development association, held a meeting at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to discuss the effects of medical marijuana on commercial real estate in Southern Nevada.
A real estate boom has begun in Northern California as would-be growers anticipate the passage of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. The act is not officially on the November ballot yet, but many people will be ready with slices of growing land from San Francisco to the so-called Emerald Triangle of Humboldt, Mendocino, and Trinity counties.
A service in Colorado connects renters who want to grow their own pot with landlords who don’t mind them doing so, according to The Denver Post. Four-year-old Housing Guru manages properties, checks out references, verifies incomes, and looks into the property histories of would-be renters.
Three words: location, location, and location. Those are the three most important factors to look for when investing in real estate.
Housing prices have surged in Colorado of late. Two years ago The Denver Post reported on what it already called a “new mini-bubble” in which the sellers of many homes had “three or more bids to choose from.”
Home prices have shot up by double-digits, inventory has fallen dramatically and multiple offers with bidding wars have become common.
Since the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state of Colorado, the real estate has faced a sudden boom of businesses looking for storefronts and growing warehouses.
Marijuana legalization has left Clark County landlords with many questions regarding their rights as property owners.
A client recently came to Sacramento, California-area lender Tod Chadwick seeking a loan for a three-unit commercial property. A standard request — except the client wanted to use one of the units for a medical marijuana dispensary.
It has been estimated that the total revenue generated by Colorado’s cannabis market will reach $1 billion by early next year. According to the Huffington Post, by 2018 the cannabis industry will reach $8 billion. Needless to say, cannabis can be a very profitable business.