In Florida, Do antenna leases require a Real Estate Lic?

by Jim
(Clearwater)

I have been asked to lease of my Tampa Bay rooftop for a cell antenna. Is it required for the other party to have a Fl. Real Estate license to make a inquiry or the terms of the lease?

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by: Stephen

Jim if somebody is knocking on your door representing a wireless carrier with a half-million dollar bag of money over the next twenty years to put a cell site on your rooftop, by the time you figure out the answer to that question your next door neighbor may sign a lease with them.

A real estate license is great to protect realtors that others don't play in their sandbox, but telecom leasing is complex and very technical, and a real estate license doesn't mean jack squat in this industry.

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