Lease Buyouts and Extensions vs. Owning a Cell Tower (It Can Be Done!)

More than ever, cell tower landlords are being contacted to extend or sell a cell tower lease, or as the industry calls it, a cell tower lease buyout, yet they are not getting true value for these assets. This is another reason why it is vital for a cell tower landlord to understand how the … [Continue reading...]

Landowner Leverage When Offered New Cell Tower Lease

There are several factors that need to be taken into consideration when negotiating with a cell tower company. Some of those include: The characteristics of your property or building, such as the height of your building relative to the adjacent buildings in your immediate area, or does your land … [Continue reading...]

Cell Tower Lease “Market Rent” – The Reality Is, It Doesn’t Exist

“Market rent” does not determine the value of your cell tower lease. Many cell tower landlords are being approached to extend their current leases, and they, unfortunately, continue to rely upon "market rents" that have been set by the same companies who are leasing the land. Relying on so-called … [Continue reading...]

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Landowner Leverage When Offered New Cell Tower Lease

There are several factors that need to be taken into consideration when negotiating with a cell tower company. Some of those include: The characteristics of your property or building, such as the height of your building relative to the adjacent buildings in your immediate area, or does your land contain topography attributes that distinguish it … [Continue Reading...]

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Understanding A Right of First Refusal

  Increasingly, with many new cell tower leases, and on recent and future amendments to old leases, landowners are being asked to agree to a “Right of First Refusal” or “Rental Stream Offer” provision. These provisions are easily overlooked by landowners who are more focused on their immediate financial concerns; however, agreeing to a right […]

Cell Tower Lease “Market Rent” – The Reality Is, It Doesn’t Exist

“Market rent” does not determine the value of your cell tower lease. Many cell tower landlords are being approached to extend their current leases, and they, unfortunately, continue to rely upon “market rents” that have been set by the same companies who are leasing the land. Relying on so-called “market rents” to determine how to […]

Proposed Cell Tower in Vermont “Critical for Jobs and Safety”

A private landowner in Putney, Vermont has received a cell tower lease proposal from AT&T to construct a 135-foot cell tower on his land in order to improve service in the area. At this point, the Planning Commission must decide whether or not to allow the tower on residential land. “Local input is important and […]

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