COLORADO HEMP PROPERTY FOR SALE—UNITED COUNTRY COLORADO BROKERS, LICENSED IN UTAH AND COLORADO
Savvy Colorado real estate investors have recognized the unique opportunity represented by the hemp industry in Colorado. Because Colorado was one of the first states to recognize that hemp is an extremely viable cash crop (and not an “evil weed” with supposed narcotic properties), hemp production represents an unusual window of opportunity for the astute investor. Anyone who understands the incredible healing properties of hemp, along with its other uses, knows the opportunity presented with this emerging market. At United Country Colorado Brokers, we were one of the first real estate companies in Colorado to understand the powerful economic benefits of hemp production. We have brokered over 300 acres of hemp properties, where outstanding production is occurring. Jake Hubbell, Gary Hubbell, and Robert Gash know the ropes with hemp!
COLORADO and UTAH REAL ESTATE BROKERS WHO UNDERSTAND HEMP
Look, there are thousands and thousands of Colorado and Utah real estate brokers, busily working on selling tract homes, condos, and homes in town. How many of them even know what hemp is? We do. In fact, we planted 130,000 hemp seedlings on 75 acres in 2018, one of the larger hemp grows in Western Colorado. Not only do we understand hemp (and it’s been a steep learning curve!), we know the essential elements for a successful hemp crop. Gary Hubbell, licensed in Colorado and Utah, is a long-time Colorado rancher and hay grower who understands water rights, irrigation systems, soils, and sunshine. Jake Hubbell is a graduate of the Professional Land and Resource Management program at Western State Colorado University, and has an excellent grasp of the hemp business model. Rob Gash is a Colorado ranch broker with thousands of acres of Colorado ranch sales under his belt.
WATER RIGHTS, GOOD SOIL, SUNSHINE, ELECTRICAL POWER = HEMP SUCCESS
We asked a custom farmer last spring how many acres he had plowed up last year for hemp production in Western Colorado. “About 6,500 acres,” he replied. “How many acres were successful?” we asked. “About 2,000 acres,” he said. Wow. Not a great result. Not even 30%. Given the very high costs of putting acreage into production, wouldn’t you like to give yourself the best chance of success? Many factors come into play, including adequate water rights, access to the property, soils, growing conditions (days of sunshine), and even access to electrical power. In other words, factors such as good soils, pressurized water, and abundant water rights can make all the difference between success and failure. And believe us, failure is expensive.
WE UNDERSTAND THE CRITICAL ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS—COLORADO AND UTAH HEMP
Failure is not in our playbook. There are “irrigated agricultural properties” near us that lost their irrigation water this year after 14 days. Would we advise you to purchase such a property and put it into hemp production? Certainly not. But other brokers did give that advice, and now their buyers are in a bad position. A quality hemp property has the perfect combination of predictable water rights, sunshine, soil conditions, vehicular access, electrical power, and days of sunshine.
BUYING HEMP PROPERTY? YOU NEED REPRESENTATION! GARY HUBBELL, JAKE HUBBELL, AND ROB GASH ARE COLORADO HEMP REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Many buyers don’t understand the nature of real estate brokerage. If you think you want to buy a Colorado or Utah hemp property, call us first. We’ll explain how brokerage relationships work, and how it won’t cost you a dime to have us represent you in buying a quality hemp property. Contact Gary Hubbell at (970) 872-3322; Jake Hubbell at (970) 250-9396; Rob Gash at (970) 986-2955.