I own rural property in florida
I own 5 1/2 acres in Florida near the NE tip of Lake Okeechobee. I get decent cell phone coverage with AT&T, but when my son has visited me he can't get a signal, he has another carrier. Several years ago, I signed up with AT&T for a two year contract for internet service. The service was for a plan where I could get internet access with my laptop anywhere I went via a thumbdrive type thing I had to plug into my computer. My connection was so bad at my own place of residence that after 4 months, they let me out of the contract. My neighbor had some other internet provider, and he got bad service. My point is, there is a great need for better coverage out here from any provider. I only use about 2 acres of my property, therefor, I have extra property I could lease out. It would be awesome to make some extra money, but I would not want to be taken advantage of Do I need an attorney and your services, or do you take care of righting the lease agreement as well as negotiations?