Lease agreement with wireless phone and internet provider to built a tower on 50 by 50 piece of land

by Larry
(Irene, Texas)

What would be a good monthly rate for this type of lease. The land is farm land located in rural Texas.

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Apr 23, 2013
My place 75X125
by: Jim

I currently have a tower on mine & the rent is $450.00 monthly. American tower asked about buying the easement rights for $50,000 and I said no... but I'd sell the land for $70,000 to them. I'm waiting on the papers now. They were supose to have gotten them to me yesterday.

Jan 29, 2013
Good - Bad - Ugly
by: Anonymous

Larry, a GOOD lease would be between $1,000 and $1,200, but the BAD is that they are probably offering half of that and will try to lowball one of your neighbors for $50 less per month if you are not careful. It's an UGLY industry.

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