Tap into the explosive moneymaking potential of the cannabis industry with these cannabis landlords…
If I told you there’s a special kind of investment that gives you access to the explosive moneymaking potential of the cannabis sector, with minimal risk, all while also putting cash right back into your pocket…
You might think that sounds too good to be true.
There are cannabis companies that never “touch the plant,” which means they do not run afoul of federal law in the United States and can list on major stock exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq.
Their business model relies on long-term leases and set rent schedules, which makes them a “safe” play for risk-averse investors.
And because they don’t pay the usual taxes, they’re required to pay 90% of their taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends.
I’m talking about real estate investment trusts (REITs).
REITs exist in virtually every sector but have found a particularly profitable niche in cannabis.
These “cannabis landlords” make money by buying buildings from cannabis companies and leasing the properties back to them in a sale-leaseback agreement with the ability to charge much higher rates than REITs in other industries.
Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR) is the quintessential example of a cannabis REIT that’s made folks a lot of money.
On December 1, 2016, IIPR’s stock price opened at $20.25. As of this writing, it’s trading for $235.59. That’s a remarkable increase of 1,063%.
But IIPR isn’t the only player in town anymore.
With cannabis REITs on the rise, I sat down with Advisory Board Member Charles Delvalle to dig deeper into these opportunities and find out…
Tomorrow, my team will be releasing a dividend-paying trade recommendation exclusively to NICI Membership subscribers that you won’t want to miss.
Make sure you have access to that trade alert as soon as it hits inboxes by clicking here.
To your investing success,
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors
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August 17 2021