Understanding key issues regarding lease agreements with American Tower

by Derek

I am looking for a crash course in leasing with American Tower. What is the typical process when entering into a lease agreement with AT? What are the key issues to consider when doing so? What is fair market value for such agreements? Are there any additional resources I can view to get a better understanding of the industry as a whole?

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Apr 12, 2015
by: Stephen

I don't have the time to go into all of the details you are asking about. This is exactly what we do for a living, help landlords like yourself. If you are looking for a "crash course" then put on your helmet, and seat belt. But we are probably not the company you are looking for.

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