Going lease rate for new cell tower

by Rory
(Anchorage, AK)

Going lease rate for new cell tower (Verizon) on the Kenai Peninsula in Southcental Alaska? Verizon is looking to expand their coverage south of Anchorage!

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Mar 21, 2020
Depends on specifics of sites.
by: Stephen

Rory if you read the hundreds of responses we've given over the years on this topic, you will see that the common thread is that the cell tower site's rental value depends on many factors. There is no average rate in the area. You could have a Verizon lease paying $400 per month or a Verizon lease paying $4,000 per month.

Influencing Factors:

Carrier need
Availability of properties that meet carrier need
Other competing sites
Access to the site
Access to power
Access to fiberoptic
Your neighbors (are they willing to undercut you)

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