TowerCo took over Sprint Cell Tower

by Craven

Hi I had a friend that has a Sprint tower on his lot, but then Sprint went and sold the tower to a TowerCo. They offered to buyout the lease for $120,000. It's about less then half of what he'd make over 20 something years, but it's a large sum right now in a downed economy.

I thought it sounded like a good idea, since he was in need of money and so I said I might have done it, but in the end it would be his decision. Is he getting an average deal?

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Oct 27, 2010
Good question need more info
by: Tower Genius

Craven we need more info to tell you if you are getting a fair price or not regarding the particulars of the lease.


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