We are T-Mobile Cell Tower Lease Review and Negotiation Experts
By Steve Kazella
Did 2012 - 2014 have you worried sick over your T-Mobile cell tower lease? Fortunately in 2015 the T-Mobile AT&T proposed merger is dead and buried as it was derailed by pressure from the FCC, and it looks like the carrier will be busy building out it's cellular network on rooftops in major metropolitan areas and with new towers nationwide. Landlords... looks like your T-Mobile lease is safe for now.
Have you been approached about a T-Mobile Cell Tower Lease on your rooftop on on land that you own? Has T-Mobile approached you about upgrading their cell site to LTE antennas and they need to get your approval and they need to amend the lease? T-Mobile, a.k.a. Omnipoint, has aggressively been expanding their cellular network. They build new cell towers and also mount their cellular antennas and equipment of rooftops. Since 2008, T-Mobile has deployed rooftop cellular antennas on over 500 buildings rooftops in New York City with hundreds more to come with the need for increased capacity cell sites. Do you have questions about T-Mobile lease rates and want to make sure you are getting fair market value for your lease? Are you trying to determine if there is a difference between a T-Mobile cell site lease on a rooftop versus a T-Mobile ground lease?
AirWave Management Provides Landlords and Property Owners Expert Guidance on all:
• T-Mobile 4G Upgrade Amendments
• T-Mobile LTE Antenna Modifications
• T-Mobile Rooftop Cell Site Leases
• T-Mobile Ground Leases
• T-Mobile Cell Tower Lease Review
• T-Mobile Cell Site Lease Negotiations
• T-Mobile Subleasing and Collocations
• T-Mobile Lease Re-Negotiations
• T-Mobile Lease Buyout Offer Analysis
• Expiring VoiceStream leases and Omnipoint Leases
• T-Mobile Rent Reduction, and Lease Optimization Assistance
Although we are not affiliated with T-Mobile, we have seen plenty of their leases, and we know what language they can live with in a cell tower lease, and kind of cell tower lease rates they are willing to pay.
We recently turned around a T-Mobile cell tower lease on a rooftop site in New York where we increased the monthly rental that the building owner was offered by OVER 80%. This type of scenario is common as T-Mobile along with all of the other carriers use 3rd party subcontractors to help secure ground and rooftop leases. The lower the rent that the contractors can bring in a deal to the carrier for, the higher their bonus or commission.
T-Mobile cell tower leasing consultants,
we will work out a strategy that you feel comfortable with and negotiate to maximize the value of your unused rooftop space or ground lease with the carrier on your behalf. We do not accept up-front retainer payments to negotiate your cellular antenna lease, and our specialized services are provided entirely on a performance and contingency basis.
We’d like to talk to you about reviewing and negotiating your T-Mobile cell tower lease.
AirWave Management is neither an agent, sub-agent, re-seller, contractor or sub-contractor for T-Mobile or any other wireless carrier. We are an independent wireless telecommunications consulting firm that provides property owners with wireless lease review and negotiation services. If you need to contact the carrier directly we have provided a link to their website by clicking on the graphic on this page.
Airwave Management can assist you with your T-Mobile cell site lease review and negotiations. Talk to a T-Mobile cellular leasing expert today at 888-313-9750.
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