I own 15 Acres surrounded on 3 sides by Sutter Lakeside Hospital in Lakeport Calif. 95453. For sale or ??

Fantastic Senior citizen location. Lots of Oak trees and slightly rolling terrain. One short bulk. To
Clearlake. And the hospital is encouraging the idea. County master plan is R1 & R2. Should I sell outright or do a long term lease. Or a partnership???
In Market Conditions - Asked by Paul F. - Apr 7, 2016
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james k.
Developer
Boca Raton, FL

I would like to see the package.
jameskraftland@gmail.com

Apr 8, 2016
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Bruce F.
Broker/Agent
Las Vegas, NV

Please send me information on this site. I have a couple clients that may be interested.

Apr 13, 2016
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Matt M.
Broker/Agent
Los Angeles, CA

I would have to know more about the property to run a comparison - a ground lease could be a great option. Those are typically 50 - 99 years and you retain the land and improvements the tenant makes to it to pass on to your family. A partnership would be another great option for you, but I think it could be difficult to find a buyer or lessor interested in that option. I think you could market the property as one of the first two options and pitch prospects on a partnership with a discounted sale/lease price comparable to a proposed amount of equity in the company.

Apr 18, 2016
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