is it worth it

by Mike mckenzie
(sterling Ak)

We are looking at a price of land and the seller says they have been wanting to put up a tower and we can make good money from it if we bought it .
My question is how much ? We are on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska . is it worth the trouble and will it pay for the property .

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May 03, 2017
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Very risky
by: Stephen

Buying a property just to see if you can get a cell tower on it based on a rumor from a motivated seller is very risky. If a cell tower was going to be built on my property there is no way that i would sell it beforehand.

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