by Diana
(Fort White, FL)

Where we live the only option we have is satellite service. Would we possibly be a good candidate for a cell tower?

We just moved to our location. We have farmland with open pasture some woods, total of 29 acres. Would our property value increase due to the tower and would they put in the contract that they would pay the increase difference of the taxes?

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Jan 01, 2020
Possibly and yes
by: Stephen

If you only have sat service then you are in an area that could probably use a tower.

Cell tower leases should all contain a provision for the carrier tenants to pay any increase in property tax attributed to the cell tower.

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