AT&T Ground Lease

by Laura
(Anchorage, Alaska)

We purchased a property with an AT&T cell tower located on it. The previous owner sold the 10x24 easement to AT&T for $125,000. However, AT&T site has taken up a 20x35 piece of ground instead of 10x24. What are our options? AT&T offered to by the addtional space they use for $30,000 or lease it from us for $500 a month, is that a good deal or is AT&T on the winning end?

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Feb 26, 2013
Fubar... a lot of that going around these days.
by: Tower Genius

Hey, it's just a minor oversight. Imagine if they did that to Mr. Trump? Please call us ASAP. We are experts in negotiating AT&T easements and ground leases and handling lease default issues.

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