Why do cell tower landlords agree to bad leases? Carriers use special vendors to convince landlords to reduce rates by using sly methods.
Why lump sum buyout for cell tower landlord? Here, you’ll learn how this deal can protect you from the risks against your lease and profits.
Ever wonder about the impact of hurricanes and bad weather on cell towers? Downed towers and disrupted service can add to storm destruction.
Though real estate has been negatively impacted by Covid-19, cell tower landlords have cause to rejoice. Other landlords suffer from rent non-payment and/or vacancies. Yet, the cell tower industry is booming at remarkable rates. In fact, cell tower REITs have increased by a whopping twenty percent! There’s another angle, as well. The Coronavirus pandemic created …
Wildfires in California and other parts of the US can have devastating results for cell towers and local wireless communications.
Before delving into the seven cell tower leasing risks landlords should know, let’s get into a bit of industry history. Telecommunications has not been around that long. It wasn’t until 1984, in fact, that cell phones were first introduced to consumers. Fast-forward the year 2000 when WIFI first became accessible to the public. Given its …
Cell tower landlords often receive letters from vendors like Md7 and Blackdot about rent reduction. It may be a ploy. Here’s how to deal with it.
Often, lawyers can’t figure out cell tower rent deals. In this example, the Nexus team resolves complex problems by facilitating a lump sum buyout with big buck payout!
When Md7 sent a letter to a Verizon cell tower landlord about rent reduction, he learned there were better options.