I’m more frequently reading cases involving entrepreneurial tenants that are renting properties so they can develop their own cannabis farming business in them.
The latest case comes with some cool pictures, so I thought I’d quickly share the good stuff (the pictures, not the weed)…
Pretty elaborate imagery, right? I’m told the photos are of a regular family home that was let by a letting agency in Surrey. They were taken just after the police had cleared the plants and lamps.
Unfortunately, I’m not an expert in the field of growing weed, so I can’t really comment on whether the farmers have an efficient little setup, but it all looks rather operational. Is anyone experienced or knowledged enough to know whether it looks like a professional setup?
I’m curious about what that dark liquid-shit is in the bathroom, perhaps it’s some kind of fertilizer. One thing I do know, though; weed is grown under high powered UVB ultraviolet lamps in a moist environment, so all that moisture must have soaked into the floors and plaster. My guess is that the property is in worse condition than the pictures portray.
As mentioned, cannibas farming in private rental accommodationg is becoming extremely popular, so landlords need to be extremely rigorous when choosing their tenants. Here are a few useful links:
- Make Regular Inspections Of Your BTL
- The Best And Worst Tenants Guide
- Avoiding Professional Bad Tenants
Finally, here’s a shout out to all my cronic-loving homies. Respect.
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