average escalation rates

Is a 3% escalation rate still the norm on tower leases?

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Feb 24, 2018
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Escalation Rates
by: Anonymous

Our lease calls for an annual lease increase based on the San Francisco Bay Area CPI. The lease calls for 25% of gross income or base lease rate, which was fixed in 1986 with the annual escalation, whichever is greater.

Feb 20, 2018
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Yes... but...
by: Stephen

The tower companies and carriers want landlords to agree to rental escalation rates below the rate of inflation. Do not agree to an amount that allows money to drip out of your wallet like a hole in your pocket.

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