Not sure what the going rate would be.

by Rodney
(Longview, Texas)

I am trying to help my grandfather because he has a tower on his property for 15 years and they paid him $400 a month. He needed the money and didn't want them to build elsewhere. Now it has come up for renewal and he has been offered $1000.00 a month and other companies have told him that he should be getting more. He sits on a major highway.

Tower has 12 cables for Verizon in 1 building. 3 cables for Nextel (Sprint) in another building. 2 internet receiver dish with 2 cables
for Verizon in another building.

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Oct 24, 2011
Expiring cell tower lease
by: Tower Genius

Please give us a call ASAP to help determine fair market value for this tower. Price and lease terms are equally important.

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