I'm moving to a medical marijuana state with my wife next month to be closer to her parents during their last few hours... Both of them are patients and it is quite likely that we will each get our recommendation for the new as well. That would allow us to have 24 flowering plants at a time (and the state doesn't regulate plants that haven't left the vegetative stage). But we have been lucky enough to have been blessed in life financially (and know how beneficial marijuana can be) and would like to act as caregivers and donate medicine for those in need through hospice -- the most plants we would be able to have flowering at one time would be 72. Another thing we'd like to do is devote more resources to vegetative space than necessary to support 72 plants... From what I've gathered, the state doesn't have the tremendous diversity (and availability) of strains as California and patients who wish to grow their own generally only have four or five strains to choose from. As vegetative plants are legal, I would be interested in getting 25 or so of the top strains ranging from pure saliva to pure indica from a reputable seed bank and keeping the healthiest as mothers indefinitely to give to other medical caregivers and growers. I do have some limited knowledge of growing -- enough to know what I don't know. This isn't a commercial grow operation. I would like to be able to handle a variety of strains at the same time (e.g. a 14 week tall sativa like Dr. Grinspoon and a short and fat 8 week indica). I have sufficient resources to fill the rooms with an ideal setup, but that's another discussion... My question is what are some things I should ask my real estate agent to look for in a place that would give me a good place to best accommodate this. I realize a place with a 1000 sqf unfurnished basement that I can subdivide would be ideal, but I can't imagine there are that many of them. So anyway, if you were me -- what are some important things you would mention to your broker (besides obvious security concerns) and no, I don't have to be coy with my broker, it's my brother-in-law. Thanks for reading all this, I would really appreciate any thoughts you may have.