Can I renegotiate if an easement has been granted.

I am purchasing a piece of property that has an easement to Crown Castle. They purchased the easement in 2008. Is there anyway to renegotiate this deal.

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Jun 17, 2014
Probably not
by: Tower Genius

If Crown purchased an easement it's about 99% certain they have perpetual rights and the previous / current owner took a lump sum buyout offer. You are buying a property with a cell tower that has zero financial benefit to you and has potential headaches with people coming on site to perform maintenance. But if the property is affordable enough and has other potential uses besides the tower, then it could be worth it.

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