AT&T Tower Lease Agreements

by James
(Atlanta, GA USA)

We have a summary proposal offering 500.00 per month to lease a 100ft x 100ft area on our highly elevated property in Jefferson County, Alabama. Access to the property appears to need easement across two other properties at lower elevations. Rent offered is 500.00 per month for 25 years with a 10% increase each 5 years. What questions do we need to ask before proceeding with this proposal?

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Aug 09, 2013
Your site could be worth a lot more.
by: Sean (Tower Genius)


Your site is most likely worth more and their are ways of adding additional value to your deal if you know what to do. We would need to ask you some questions and review the site itself before we could give you solid advice. Give us a call... our initial phone consultation is free.

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