Lease renewal - old Verizon Tower

by Eric
(Jessup, Md.)

My lease expired last October. They increased my rent 10% while they were having lawyers draw up new lease. They stalled and now, 1 year later, All numbers and email contacts are disconnected. I do not have a contact for Verizon and they have stopped paying.

There is an old tower on my property that they said they are not using, but did not want to remove due to cost. So they were renewing contract instead of the expense of removal.

Can you provide me a contact number?

Also, may need help with renegotiation.

Thank you,
Eric B

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Feb 12, 2015
Verizon landlord help line 866-862-4404
by: Stephen

Eric, send us your lease, let's take a look and see what we can do.

Tower Genius
888-313-9750 T/F

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