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Given the complexity of state and local regulations for both medical and recreational use, it takes true experts to get it right regarding real estate. As it currently stands, there are two leading cannabis-focused REITs. As more and more investor interest piles into these real estate investment vehicles, it's no wonder that more professionals are entering the space looking to capitalize.
Green Leaf Investment Fund is in its early stages, intending to provide facilities and properties that are optimized for the compliant cultivation of legal marijuana. The company's strategy involves purchasing undervalued greenhouses and warehouses in U.S. states that currently have some form of marijuana legalization laws, or are anticipated to pass such laws in the near future.
Green Leaf Investment Fund's Strategy
By infusing capital into these projects, Green Leaf will be able to make each project fully optimized for the cultivation and processing of cannabis and cannabis products. Once each project is complete, the company will then look to either sell or lease the properties to licensed entities at a large return on investment.
Looking Towards the Future
Back in March of this year, Green Leaf Investment Fund announced the launch of a Regulation A+ offering to raise between 5 and 10.2 million. Regulation A+ offerings are "a newly revamped securities regulation that companies can rely on to raise up to $50 million from accredited and non-accredited investors alike."
Eventually, Green Leaf Investment Fund's intends to be a publicly traded cannabis real estate company "that identifies, targets, develops and operates marijuana growing warehouses and other types of commercial growing investment properties within legal cannabis real estate zoning sectors."
To learn more about Green Leaf Investment Fund and the cannabis-related real estate opportunities they're seeking out, check out the video interview with CEO Douglas DiSanti below.
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