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Cannabis Industry Equipment Upgrade Loans: Tailored Lending Solutions Announced

Sweet Leaf Madison Capital (SLMC), a finance and consulting company headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL (561-247-4783), announces a new range of tailored funding solutions for the cannabis industry.

These newly announced services are designed to help business owners fuel their growth initiatives through non-dilutive financing for necessary equipment, real estate investments, or cash flow management. Sweet Leaf Madison Capital (SLMC) is an experienced lender that provides tailored debt financing solutions to the underserved middle market of the cannabis industry, "from seed to sale.”

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Statistics published in Forbes magazine reveal the legal cannabis industry now supports more than 440,445 full-time jobs, representing a 5 percent increase since 2023. This increase is expected to heighten economic activity at the community level, generate higher tax revenues which can then be directed toward various public services, and act as an economic multiplier by stimulating demand for goods and services across related industries.

Since 2015, SLMC has been an industry leader in providing customized lending solutions to cannabis business owners, helping them fund growth opportunities and achieve their goals.

“Through a deep understanding of the complexities, risks, and opportunities within the cannabis industry, we offer non-dilutive, asset-based equipment financing, real estate loans, and senior secured term loans to this under-financed, high-growth sector,” says a spokesperson for the firm.

With a team of seasoned professionals in finance and law, SLMC offers lending expertise and strategic advice guided by the cannabis industry’s regulatory landscape and market dynamics. The company prioritizes efficiency and responsiveness, offering quick turnaround times for loans and leases that allow businesses to seize opportunities without delay.

Cannabis equipment loans are available to help business owners finance new or used purchases or leasing, plant upgrades, or retrofits. While the terms of these loans are tailored to specific circumstances they typically range between $150 thousand to $15 million over 12 to 48 months with a loan-to-value ratio of up to 80 percent.

Customized real estate financing is also available to cover construction needs, property acquisitions, warehouse renovations, greenhouse improvements, sale-leasebacks, cash-out refinancing and more.

Senior secured loans based on the underwriting of 75 percent loan-to-value coverage from a combination of assets and/or guarantor support can give businesses the assistance they need to manage cash flow while financing receivables, purchase orders, or other short-term cash needs.

By offering a variety of lending products, SLMC aims to help business owners and entrepreneurs in the complex cannabis industry access the capital they need, when they need it, driving growth and innovation within an underserved sector.

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Contact Info:
Name: Emma Fuller
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Organization: Sweet Leaf Madison Capital
Address: 600 North Grant Street Suite 300, Denver, Colorado 80203, United States
Phone: +1-888-251-8384

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 89127051

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