A company contacted me about my rooftop location, now what?

by Bill
(Phoenix az)

I have been approached about leasing my rooftop to an independent company so they could market it to the communication companies sharing the revenue 60/40. Is that a typical way of going about this initial contact?

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Feb 15, 2016
By the way, who is the company?
by: Stephen

Bill you can market the property on your own and keep all the money for yourself. Go back to our home page, you will see navigation buttons on the left. Towards the top left you will see a button that says "Get a Cell Site". Click that button and "bookmark" the page it takes you to and put it in your "favorites" so you can come back to it. I have links there to the real estate contact forms and addresses of the real estate departments at Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. That's all you need.

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