New Tower At&t 5k for 25yr

by Michelle
(Beattyville, Ky, Lee)

I live in an out of the way mountain town in Ky. My property sits 3.5 acres on a hill on top of a hill. At&t has horrible coverage in this area and is understandably wanting to establish a new tower. They proposed 5k a yr for 25yrs. Is this a fair offer? Due to topography they are thinking about a 60ft×75ft plot. They were originally wanting 100×100. I just want the price to be worth sacrificing the key attraction of my property, which is privacy. You can't see it from the main road, which is rare when you live within city limits. Any advice would be appreciated. Also, is it possible that they could eventually own that piece of my property?

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Oct 09, 2016
Bad deal
by: Stephen

Michele they are making you a lowball offer. Call us.


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