lease rates

by Sandy
(St Louis)

Hello my name is Sandy and I manage a 23 story commercial building here in St Louis. Currently we have Warner Communications antennae up for renewal. They were paying $3,000 per month, but have asked us to drop it to $1,800.00 (plus their utilities). They have several subleases and system users working under their lease right now. My question is what should we be charging them? Also, should we have separate leases for the sub-users?
Second to that- we currently have AT&T and Charter fiber running through the building for our tenants use. Should they be paying a lease or license fee as well?

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Apr 25, 2015
Need to take a close look
by: Anonymous

Did the cable company lower your month bill or increase it? Well then that's your answer.

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