Low-ball offer from US Cellular

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We have a property in Oklahoma that US Cellular wants to put a cell tower on but they offered less than $500 a month for the lease. Their cell tower leasing agreement had a number of requirements that seemed to leave me with quite a bit a liability. I'm not even sure if it makes sound business sense for us encumber our land for this headache. What are my options?

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May 31, 2013
by: Tower Genius

This is pretty typical on "rural" sites. You can be just about anywhere in Oklahoma and it's rural in the eyes of US Cellular. the question is if you want to get the lease and look at it as a long-term proposition, or roll the dice and possibly end up looking at the cell tower on your next door neighbor's property for the rest of your life?

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