Competitive Lease Rate

What is a competitive lease rate for a rooftop cell Tower -12 PANEL ANTENNAS (4 PER SECTOR; 3 SECTORS TOTAL)? The rooftop is located in a densely populated section of Los Angeles.

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What other choices does Verizon have?
by: Stephen

Your site could be worth $30K, or it could be worth $15K depending on what other choices Verizon has. It could be more and it could be less. As we have repeated countless time on this blog, every site has to be reviewed on an individual basis, there is no "average competitive rate".

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