Now with this one, there’s not very much of an introduction for you. So I’m just going to make it sweet and short. Let’s get paid off of the cannabis club or cannabis sector. All right. What I’m going to introduce you to is a company that that’s all they do. They buy the land and then, Hey, lease the land back to the griller for 10, 20 years or something like that. And then after the 10, 20 years, this company is going to be a behemoth because it’s going to own all the cannabis in the United States. At least that’s as big. It kind of sounds like what their goal is. They’re trying to be the tobacco, or like, what do you call it? Winston-Salem Winston-Salem and what is our RC Reynolds? That’s what it is. RC rentals. We’re trying to be like RC Reynolds. They’re trying to capture as much as they can.
And if you think about it, like this is some stats that I’m going to talk about is an 1883, right? There’s a Bacco tax accounted for one third of the internal revenue collected by the United States government. Right? One third of all the money that the United States government made, came from tobacco in 1883, we’ve been, we’ve been shipping tobacco for what, 200 years and 200 years later, it was still one third of the economy. Basically. Now that’s crazy. Let’s think about all the States that are legalizing marijuana. And the second that we start getting a little marijuana packets like cigarettes in the store, it’s going to be a giant. And I mean, it’s going to continuously grow, grow, grow, grow, grow, grow, grow, grow. Let’s not forget about the gummies. Let’s not forget about the cupcakes, the edibles, your, your, your vapors, your every little, your oils, your, your F your clothes, everything that you can think of that that little plant makes it’s time to capitalize on it.
And this is a great company to do it, innovative industrial properties. Now let’s break down a little bit. Let me give you the, you know, the stats real quick. And then we’ll talk about the company a little bit more right now, yet it seems a little expensive, had a little Rocky in the first or in five years, you know, but basically it’s gone straight up, you know, this beginning of the year must have been some kind of news driven, you know the whole world, you know, whenever it’s awesome, obviously with certain things, it’s going to be news driven. You know what I mean? But then popping back down to 75. So we’re right around the same place for the beginning of the year. But what I like, it’s a decent return, 5.4%, right? They just announced that they’re going to put a dollar per share, right? Remember, we’re looking for 10 years here, minimum all 10, 15 years. We’re not talking about tomorrow or next month, next week, we’re talking about how we’re going to set ourselves up for the future right now. Let me explain how this company is ingenious when they do this, right?
Right. The sale, lease back opportunities, right on the outside, looking in to everybody else. It sounds amazing. All right, you’re a new farmer. You, you know, you got land. You want to get into something, they’ll buy it for you, buy it from, give you, you know, you’re strapped on cash. We can’t do what you need to do. You don’t have any money. Well, this company is going to come through. They’re going to buy it from you right there it look at industrial and retail properties from state licensed medical use cannabis operators, right? So let’s say you guidance all your money to, to get into the weed game or an a cannabis game. Right? And now you’re strapped on cash. Well, this company is going to come through. They’re going to liquidate. You buy everything that you have, and then lease it back to you, right.
For look right here, 10 to 20 years, right? Look at the deal size that they’re trying to get five to 13 million. Right? And then they tell you they’re going to close extremely fast. So let’s put this in perspective. So you really understand what I mean by when we invest in this company. And when, when you take in these classes and I’m teaching you, we’re looking long-term here. It’s not a get rich, quick scheme. It’s a retire with money scheme, right? If you buy something from somebody, right. Look at it, they acquire, or which means they buy and then leased back under longterm, absolute net lease again.
Right? No. What does that mean? That means that I’m going to buy something from you. I’m going to let you do all the heavy lifting, because this is exactly what, what I mean. And the differences I was, I was thinking about this way in Atlanta and South Carolina now, to the people that are buying the property from it’s, it’s not a very good deal, unless you only really want to be in the game for 10 to 20 years. But if you’re the buyer, right. The company that telling you, we need to go ahead and get in right now, because you know, it already had some company, right? So it’s already gained asset, but let me explain it in layman’s terms, are I have this property, I go get a license or someone else gets the license, but they don’t have any plants. I tell them, I’m like, look, we’ll split 50 50, give you the land for 10 years after 10 years, you know, whatever.
Most people don’t think that far, right? They think 10 years is a very long time. And which I’m hoping after you take this course, and you realize that 10 years is really fast. It’s a snap of the finger, right? In the back of the grand scheme of life. Now, after 10 years, five years, two years, whatever agreement I was going to come up with, I didn’t do it. But after, you know, the farmer was worked, my land set everything up. Well now, after he did all the heavy lifting, now I can move in. And now my, now I can just rent it out to somebody else or just hire employees and not give 50%. So I allowed the farmer to do all the heavy lifting for me. And then I came in after, after it’s all beautiful and rent took over. So that’s basically what this company’s doing, but on a much, much, much larger scale, they’re loaning you money there.
They’re giving you money. And then they’re leasing you back the property that you just sold to them for 10 to 15 years, 10 to 20 years, right? It’s not just one company. They’re doing this too. Let’s let’s look okay. This list over here, it goes down a lot more, obviously, because there’s way more. So now they’re in a lot of the States in the United States, right? You look, or in the South, you know, I don’t know if you guys know the Bible belt right around this area. We’re always going to be slow when it comes to certain things, right? It’s the Bible belt. Does it mean that we’re not going to be the, basically the capital is means that we’re a little slow in getting started on certain things, right? But with this company, the way that it’s already taking over best believe the second that this area becomes clean, they’re going to be there.
Right. And then would there, and we have to also take taking consideration. They’re not just buying land, they’re buying the industrial and the retail stores. All right. Let’s, let’s go back to McDonald’s right. Mcdonald’s what business was McDonald’s will Ray crock, you know, not the hamburger business he’s in the real estate business. Now this company is basically the McDonald’s of wheat. If they’re buying the factory, right. Or the industrial grow houses, and they’re also buying the place, would you sell them right there slowly but surely acquiring a gold mine because in 10 to 15 years, every last one of these properties that you see will be this company. And they get to decide whether or not they want to change the name of let’s go check out one of the companies, Emeral, whatever growth partner out of Michigan. Right? Okay. Let’s let me show you something.
Rentable square feet, 45,000 square foot percentage, at least 100% of this as least, right? So this company, Randall Buckman, I guess, sole for, to, you know, be cash liquid, but in 10 to 20 years, the company will own it own that 45,000, this one 35,000 Los Angeles. And then for the third one, this is, this is why I wanted to kind of show you in more than more than I put, pick this one to show you both sides. So we have the industrial greenhouse 358,000 square feet. Right. And then also the retail of 2000. Right? And as we see tenant tenant, right. Percentage of these 100%, 100%. So the company that I’m telling you to that to get into, let’s go back up here. What is it called? Innovative industrial properties. We’re looking at the next 10 years, 10 years. An $800 million company, right? Let’s say, what was this?
In 2018? 17 is when they started, it was what is 873 divided by, well, it was $25 now it’s tripled. Right? So this divided by three divided by that in three. And then you gained as how much it started. And in two years, it’s that much more, right? I don’t know if you understood my math right there. Might’ve been a little bit too much, but in the end, in the end, put it like this next 10 years, they will own every last one of these properties. Well, they already own them, but they will have the right to kick the tenant out and take over the property under its own name. So just think of the proper potential. When you think of this particular company of.