dispensary: Why Arizona Hard Money Lenders Can Finance Your Dispensary - 02/15/19 08:48 AM
Arizona Hard Money Lenders are the main answer to the financial woes of Arizona’s cannabis industry. Just as they have helped countless businesses establish a foothold in the market, Arizona Hard Money Lenders are here to help individuals reap the benefits of the cannabis industry. Rates for dispensary financing start as low as 7.99% APR. No begging the banks, no lines, no bureaucracy, and no credit required. Consult your broker who knows the ins-and-outs of cannabis in Arizona.
The potential of cannabis in the United States is legion. Frankly, already, the industry’s multi-billion transcendence has baffled many on Wall Street. Why is … (0 comments)

dispensary: Break into the Cannabis Industry with Arizona Hard Money Loans - 02/15/19 08:43 AM
With a cannabis business plan, a location, and an idea of possible returns, securing the money is the next big step. However, if financing is needed, the banks will say no. Arizona Hard Money Loans are the best option for cannabis dispensaries in Arizona.
As of 2011 with the Medical Marijuana Act in effect, the ADHS (Arizona Department of Health Services) began to accept applicants care givers and card recipients. Nearly a year later in 2012, state-regulated dispensaries began to appear. Currently, there are more than 150 dispensaries in Arizona. Dispensary applicants must pay an application fee of $5000, must have three … (0 comments)

dispensary: Start a Legal Cannabis Business with Arizona Hard Money Loans - 02/15/19 08:36 AM
The future is green. The sale of legal cannabis in the US is a multibillion-dollar industry poised to become an economic titan. Revenues from medicinal marijuana continue to grow. Take advantage with Colorado Hard Money Loans.
Here’s a quick history lesson: In 1937, the Federal Government passed the Marijuana Tax Act banning recreational use of cannabis, not necessarily medicinal. By 1970, the feds passed the Controlled Substances Act federally banning both recreational or medicinal use of marijuana. Between the 1970s to now, the year of our Lord MMXIX, cannabis laws have seen astronomical changes. Namely, many states have decriminalized, legalized, or medicinally … (1 comments)

dispensary: Getting Into the Marijuana Industry - Arizona Cannabis Business Loans - 02/01/19 12:53 PM
People are making a lot of money with marijuana. If you’re ready to get a piece of the pie, learn about how Arizona Cannabis Business Loans can help.
Arizona Cannabis Business Loans are used to help people start and growth a business that produces or sells marijuana. With it legal in many states nowadays, it makes sense that people would want to get into the industry. It’s not oversaturated, and the prices are really high because demand is high.
If this seems like something you’re interested in, you should keep reading to learn more about Arizona Cannabis Business Loans. They can really propel … (1 comments)

dispensary: Cannabis Business Loans: The Future for Hard Money Lenders in Arizona - 02/01/19 12:07 PM
Arizona hard money lenders have to stay on top of financial trends. Currently, cannabis business loans are top dog. Learn more about how investors are using hard money cannabis loans to open up their own businesses.
The Arizona cannabis industry is exploding and investors are trying to get their hands on some of that money. Dispensaries are popping up all around the state, serving the tens of thousands of medical marijuana card holders.
When a new growth industry pops up, you want to get in the business early. Cannabis business loans in Arizona and working with a hard money lender allows you to … (0 comments)

dispensary: Why Don't Banks Offer Cannabis Business Loans in Arizona? - 02/01/19 09:49 AM
Most start-ups need a helping hand, but if you’re getting into the marijuana industry, you’ll find banks rarely offer Cannabis Business Loans in Arizona. A lot of this has to do with bureaucratic red tape, but you can cut through it with alternative lending.
The marijuana industry is booming now, thanks to favorable legislation enacted by most states. It’s no longer spoken about in whispers, but in professional circles and in terms of dollars and cents. Many savvy investors have jumped into the emerging sector, and with great success, but if you’re trying to start your own grow operation, dispensary, or are … (0 comments)

dispensary: Get an Arizona Cannabis Business Loan to Break into the Industry - 02/01/19 08:31 AM
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last decade, you know that the cannabis industry has been exploding in this country. If you're interested in cashing in on this burgeoning business, you'll need to get an Arizona Cannabis Business Loan to do it. Here's how.
Medical and recreational cannabis use is becoming more and more ubiquitous (and legal). In North America, it was a $9.2-billion industry in 2017 and is expected to hit an astronomical $47.3 billion within 10 years. That would put it above McDonald's, Netflix and Oreos. Combined. It's a relatively brand-new business but people with a pioneering … (0 comments)

dispensary: Arizona Hard Money Loans: A Win-Win for Your Cannabis Business? - 01/28/19 10:49 AM
Arizona cannabis business loans are hard to come by. So what if you run into a crippling business expense? The bank isn't an option, equity is expensive, and crowdfunding offers no guarantees. So how do you find the help that's right for you?
A hypothetical grower already has a dispensary lined up to buy his first crop, but then, the utility company raises his electricity bill, doubling his cost of electricity per kilowatt hour. Since it's his first crop, he's strapped for cash.
It is a catch 22; until his first crop comes in he won't be able to pay his electricity … (0 comments)

dispensary: The Ins and Outs of Arizona Commercial Real-Estate Loans - 01/28/19 10:10 AM
When it comes to apartment flips, you might think buying low and selling high remains the golden rule. Well, not exactly. Before taking out Arizona commercial real estate loans on apartment buildings, you need to learn to look beyond the initial sales price, and above all, look for ways to boost income.
It's important to note that commercial properties are valued as follows:
• Annual income/market cap rate
Unlike residential flips, buying low and selling high, doesn't always apply in the case of commercial properties. Because if you can raise annual income, by even a smidgen you can achieve a drastic return from your … (0 comments)

dispensary: Cannabis Business Loans: Finding the Help That's Right for You - 01/28/19 10:02 AM
Arizona cannabis business loans are hard to come by, if you want to find financing for your "growing business," you'll need to get creative.
The bank is off-limits when it comes to the marijuana industry because you are distributing federally controlled substances. For this reason, a bank risks losing FDIC coverage if they lend to a medical or recreational marijuana business. So what if you don't take out a loan in your company's name? What's the risk for the bank if they give you a personal loan to buy your first facility?
Technically, if you are in the marijuana industry under federal law … (0 comments)

dispensary: Eager to Open an Arizona Medical Marijuana Dispensary? - 01/25/19 09:11 AM
If you have driven down any major streets in Arizona, you have seen medical marijuana dispensaries. Thinking of opening a small business? A dispensary may be a great option. But, how do you get a loan for an Arizona medical marijuana dispensary?
Even though there are many states that have legalized both medical and recreational marijuana—it still isn’t considered “legal” by the federal government. What that means to entrepreneurs looking to open a dispensary is a traditional bank will likely not lend to a borrower for this purpose. And, in all reality, it may be a very long time until banks will … (0 comments)

 
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