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Real Estate Professional | 10 Nov 2014, 10:32 AM Agree 0
It’s likely a glimpse into the future of Canadian agents, with the National Association of Realtors in the States now grappling with the implications of decriminalizing marijuana, suggesting the move could have a profound impact on buyers but also agents.
  • | 10 Nov 2014, 02:53 PM Agree 0
    Question....What about the individual that has a medical marijuana card and grows a few plants for his person only. Is this classified as a grow op with respect to the definition we have today? Furthermore what is classified as a grow - op?
  • EHMJAY | 10 Nov 2014, 08:46 PM Agree 0
    This is a fairly stupid post. Illegal grow-ops are by their nature clandestine and hidden from view. Their clandestine nature explains why growers prefer to try to operate out of nondescript houses in nondescript suburbs, far from prying eyes. Such properties are ill suited to the task of commercial marijuana cultivation (electrical overloading, high humidity, mold, water damage...) and therein lies the problem. Once marijuana cultivation is legalized, the need to hide is removed. Marijuana growers are able to rent or buy industrial properties better suited to their needs.
    This article conflates legal and illegal pot cultivation and makes no sense.
  • Ken W. | 11 Nov 2014, 08:39 AM Agree 0
    Let's all burn one and celebrate!
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