How much should I increase the lease ($1900 a month) for a renewal if they have multi carrier cell tower?

by Carlos
(EL Guabo, El Oro , Ecuador )

How much should I ASK to increase the lease ($1900 a month) for a 5 years renewal if they have leased in our land a multi carrier cell tower (Movistar - Twenty - CNT)?

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Aug 15, 2017
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Not Familiar with Ecuador market conditions
by: Stephen

Carlos I am not familiar with rates or the market conditions of cell tower leases in your country but thank you for posting your question.
I would try to double that price and work my way backwards from there.

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