Over the recent years, the cannabis business has become a growing market with a lot of potential for investors and consumers who need a natural solution to their health-related issues. To raise the stakes of the industry, several institutions are working to create new opportunities to entice more investors.
Yet, the Black-owned Hemp Real Estate Investments, Inc. (HREI) has identified a gap in the marketplace for cannabis entrepreneurs. It realized that there is a need to create a resource facility for those interested in understanding the benefits and value of hemp, CBD, and medical marijuana.
Earning More Investors
To address this realization in the hemp industry, HREI stands at the forefront of setting a new precedent with this Reg CF+ by offering and allowing the public to invest in cannabis-related businesses and entrepreneurs, therefore, creating more investors and increasing ownership.
And to make it more inclusive to aspiring investors, Reg CF+ is available on TruCrowd’s Hemp Focused Funding Portal, Fundanna.com, which is well-positioned to become one of the more popular launchpads for those cannabis-focused startups and development stage companies raising capital, like HREI, Inc.
HREI is created by Tariq Khan to bolster higher levels of inclusive access for participation in the cannabis industry by allowing non-stakeholders to invest in cannabis businesses and entrepreneurs.
“My vision for Hemp Real Estate Investments, Inc. is being able to create a new investment platform for marginalized communities that want to get into the cannabis space but have a more conservative risk appetite,” Tariq said.
The company’s mission is to leverage commercial properties to create appreciation by acquiring, leasing, developing, managing, and selling to maximize investor returns. With the new legislation in Georgia and the passing of the Farm Bill, HREI believes this is a prime market for strategic commercial investments.
Commercial real estate in Atlanta is on an upward trend due to an increase in trade from the nearest Savannah seaport. As a result, Atlanta is serving as one of the main hubs for new businesses. This has led to a boom in commercial real estate markets around the region. Besides being the state capital, Atlanta has also been a catalyst for economic growth by providing services such as being a major checkpoint for the distribution of goods across the country.
Banking on this growth, HREI will provide state-of-the-art commercial real estate shared office space and R&D space for entrepreneurs in the Cannabis industry. By leveraging Atlanta as a hub for global business and the unique climate for business success, the company will provide a unique environment for cannabis.
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