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by Dustin
(Southern Oregon)

Hello,
I own mountain property and am looking into doing a lease deal regarding cell towers. It is a fairly remote location and most people don't have cell service in the area but it is a large recreational area.

What would you recommend my first steps be in terms of contacting the right companies or how to go about this the correct way?

Thank you!
Have a great day! :)

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Contact the tower developers
by: Tower Genius

Dustin, 3rd button from the top left on our site says "Get A Cell Site." Follow all the links and reach out to the tower companies and carriers. You will get a faster response from SBA, American Tower and Crown than you will from the carriers. Go onto Google Earth and use their yellow push-pin tool to get the exact coordinates of the location on your land you are considering.

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