Approached by Crown Castle for Lease Buyout

by Sean
(Chicago)

Hi, my father-in-law received an unsolicited offer from Crown Castle to purchase his lease with T-Mobile (who has a tower on the building rooftop), in exchange for a perpetual easement.

The offer seems decent in light of the rent he'd otherwise receive from T-Mobile, but I suspect we are missing some part of the analysis, or maybe there is a hidden risk / profits that we'd be foregoing. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

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by: Anonymous

Sean, there are many factors that come into play when considering accepting a lease buyout. We would need more information to guide you properly regarding the cell site. Please give us a call.


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