Dollar sign on the dotted line.
Our brokerage team will help you cash out at the highest possible current value. We present each cell tower lease to multiple investors and present all offers to our clients.
Our proven process:
- Learn our clients’ specific goals
- Gather and present offers
- Prepare a side-by-side comparison
- Give a comprehensive client consultation resulting in flexible deal options
- Work with our client’s attorney to review documents
- Coordinate a smooth closing
- Be a resource for rooftop-related questions, post-closing.
Lump-sum cash payments are more popular than ever. However, pairing a cell site with a potential investor remains important. We take pride in being the only independent brokerage firm nationwide. Year after year, we’ve closed in excess of $50M in cell tower lease buyouts on behalf of our clients.
Lump-Sum Cash Payments
A lump-sum buyout is the sale of your cell tower lease. As the landlord, this gives you a round figure of money that is the equivalent to 15-20 years worth of the current lease. The transaction involves you assigning the rights of your cell tower lease to your investor, who provides the payment.
A typical closing can take between 30 and 90 days. Depending on each situation, Nexus Towers can ensure that your deadlines are met.
Smooth Closing Process
Attorneys are sometimes busy, but all it takes is a team of focused individuals with one goal in mind: closing. We take pride in closing 100% of the deals we negotiate. Our philosophy is to see things through—from a smooth start to a smooth finish.
Lenders Consent (SNDA)
Assuming the property has a loan in place, the current lienholder will need to sign a “Subordination and Non-Disturbance Agreement” prior to closing. If this isn’t an option, alternative solutions can be discussed.
Capital Gain Tax Treatments
The proceeds from cell tower lease buyout are typically considered capital gains and qualify for a 1031 Exchange. In the past, our clients’ tax professionals have structured the transaction in other creative ways for tax purposes. We advise you to consult with your tax professional before any transaction, as we are not tax professionals.