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Commercial Properties for Medical Marijuana Cultivation & Dispensaries in Coachella Valley, CA

Hot Properties! 3 parcels available in Kern County, potential for cultivation

3 Hot Properties Available Now in Mojave, CA

Kern County recently contracted to have a study done on the environmental impact of the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana on unincorporated Kern County. Should the County decide to allow commercial marijuana cultivation, these available properties could skyrocket in value, and will not last long on the market. Whether you are a cultivator or an investor looking for properties with potential to increase in value, you’ll want to take a look at these 3 adjacent parcels.

All 3 parcels listed below have water and power available and are being sold for the low price of $10,000 per acre for 400 acres split across 3 parcels that are 158.31 acres, 80 acres, and 160 acres. Owner is motivated to sell!  Continue reading “Hot Properties! 3 parcels available in Kern County, potential for cultivation”

Kern County Reconsiders After Prop 64

Courtesy James Burger, The Bakersfield Californian, “County of Kern Launches Marijuana Planning Process,” Nov. 15, 2016. http://www.bakersfield.com/news/county-of-kern-launches-medical-marijuana-planning-process/article_202ad8b-11e6-9f3f-ebf2874eb473.html

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The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to launch an environmental investigation into the impact of medical and recreational marijuana on unincorporated Kern County.

The effort will likely become a venue for the county to discuss how to deal with the impact of Proposition 64, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana when voters passed it Nov. 4, 2-16. Continue reading “Kern County Reconsiders After Prop 64”

5.03 ac Marijuana Cultivation Land – Investor Sought

Zoning: Light Industrial (designated cultivation zone)

County: Riverside

TaxID/APN: 665030032

Status: Available

Gross Land Area: 5.3 acres

Investment Estimated Price:  $1,000,000

Sale Terms: This parcel is not actually for sale. Owner seeking joint venture partner to develop the land to cultivate marijuana. Investment would have to cover expense of obtaining the Conditional Use Permit (CUP), bringing utilities to the site, erecting the 22,000 sqft prefabricated steel warehouse, obtaining the Regulatory Permit. In return, investor would enjoy a position in the revenue stream. Estimated investment is $1,000,000.

1.26 ac Marijuana Cultivation Land $335,000

Parcel is available to cultivate marijuana under a new ordinance allowing cultivation in the industrial zone. Continue reading “1.26 ac Marijuana Cultivation Land $335,000”

1.26 AC Cultivation Zone Land in Desert Hot Springs

Zoning: Light Industrial (designated marijuana cultivation zone)

County: Riverside

TaxID/APN: 665030032

Status:

Gross Land Area: 1.26 Acres

Sale Price: $750,000

Sale Terms: Cash to seller

Please:

  1. Submit offers or letters of intent as soon as you are interested as demand is high.
  2. Submit proof of funds, that total or exceed the full price of property, with buyers’ names, or if a business entity, proof that buyers are officers of the business entity.
  3. Initial deposit to be $20,000 and is due with the signed contract and proof of funds.
  4. Due diligence is 7 days and can be started before acceptance of offer.
  5. Escrow to be 14 days from acceptance.
NOTE: Marijuana Hill Realty may not be the listing agent for properties that appear here for sale. He is a broker and able to handle the transaction to completion.

 

Introduction to Medical Marijuana Cultivation in Desert Hot Springs

A Little Bit of Background on Marijuana Cultivation in Desert Hot Springs, CA

Usually it is up to citizens to vote on whether or not their city will allow cultivators into their city. Cities usually limit cultivation to the town’s industrial zone as has been done in Desert Hot Springs, California. Of course as soon as the Desert Hot Springs City Council approved cultivation in 2014 under the Mayorship of Adam Sanchez, land values shot up several orders of magnitude. Today, land sales remain brisk. In the case of Desert Hot Springs, marijuana cultivation land sales are taxed as well as the end product. Continue reading “Introduction to Medical Marijuana Cultivation in Desert Hot Springs”

1.26 ac Marijuana Cultivation Land

A new ordinance allows cultivation and dispensary facilities in Desert Hot Springs. This parcel is between E Little Morongo Rd and Cabot on the south side of Palomar. You will access the water main, electricity and gas on Little Morongo or sink a well to supply your own water. The land is priced to sell at a lower rate than the nearby parcels so please submit offers as soon as possible as demand is high.

Zoning: Light Industrial (designated cultivation zone)

County: Riverside

TaxID/APN: 665-050-007 Continue reading “1.26 ac Marijuana Cultivation Land”

1.26 ac Industrial Land for Cultivation

Between E. Little Morongo & Cabot Rd on San Gorgonio

A new city ordinance now allows for medical marijuana cultivation. Call me for help with investigating the feasibility of bringing utilities to the site and some rough estimates on getting started in cultivation. For example, while a 12 inch water main is nearby, you might find it more economical and expeditious to sink your own well. Remember, a well is not metered so no monthly payments. And don’t forget the greenhouse option to buying expensive lights. Please call me with further questions.

Zoning: Light Industrial (designated cultivation zone)

County: Riverside

TaxID/APN: 665-040-005 Continue reading “1.26 ac Industrial Land for Cultivation”

DEA Will Not Reclassify Marijuana – Help or Hindrance to Local Cultivators?

The DEA’s August 11, 2016 decision not to remove marijuana from Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Act will affect different players in different ways. The DEA Drug Schedule web page states: “Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”   Continue reading “DEA Will Not Reclassify Marijuana – Help or Hindrance to Local Cultivators?”

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