Re-lease negotiations

by Michael
(Boyce, LA, usa)

I've been offered $417 a month on a cell tower re-lease, and that's for 50 years, with monthly increases every 5 years @ 15%.

Is this a fair rate? If not, how much do I need to ask?

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Aug 26, 2010
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Do not sign that extension......
by: Kevin - Tower Genius

That is way off market value. These deals need to be evaluated by a professional but I can tell you that you should be getting more than that for the site, a yearly increase instead of at the end of the term and some co-location revenues.

Give us a call and we will maximize your deal and save you potentially in excess of $100,000 to $200,000 over the life of the deal. We are very inexpensive and will make sure that you are getting a fair deal to your cell tower lease renewal.

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