Value of lease

Is there a formula i could use to determine the value of my lease should i choose to sell It. Its in oregon on the freeway, in the middle of the state. Its only 3 months old at&t 20 year deal 5-5-5-5 years. With a cost of living raise every 5 years.

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Aug 09, 2013
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Each cell site is unique....
by: Sean (Tower Genius)n

Each cell tower location is unique. We would need to ask you some questions regarding your lease and review the site itself before we could give you solid advice. Give us a call... our initial phone consultation is free.

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