Amount of years verizon will lease.

by Kenny
(S.W. washington)

Most leases agreements are for 25 yrs, correct? When verizon contacted me about it I quickly said, I will only do for 15 yrs because I'm planning on developing. After a week 3rd party contractor for verizon said, yes they will do for 15yrs. Do you think they really want my land if they are willing to do 15 yrs? The person is calling me every day wanting to talk.This is all new to me .I'm starting to look at every site and I'm realizing I could make some money. Appreciate any advise thank u!!!

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Dec 16, 2016
15 years is the minimum
by: Stephen

Kenny they will do a 15 year deal if its their only option. They prefer 25 years. Give us a call and we can take a look at you site.


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