Top 3 Reasons to Sell Your Wireless Lease As a wireless lease landowner, you have the option to convert your wireless lease into immediate capital. Aside from the obvious reason of receiving a lump sum payment in exchange for your lease, there are three reasons why should you sell your lease. Learn why selling your […]
5 Opportunity Costs of Not Selling a Wireless Lease What is opportunity cost? Opportunity cost refers to a benefit that a person could have received but gave up to take another course of action. It is the difference in return between a chosen investment and one that is necessarily passed up. How does this apply […]
Top 3 Reasons to Sell Your Cell Tower Lease “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all landlords are created equal, that they are endowed by their lease buyout with certain unalienable benefits, that among these are immediate cash, opportunities and the pursuit of risk aversion.” Similar to the Declaration of Independence in July […]
Now, the question for every cell site lease landlord is should you consider selling your lease or holding onto it? To answer this question, we encourage site owners to always look for the highest and best use from your wireless lease asset. If you own property in a high value real estate market, like New […]
There are two types of common cell site leases. A ground lease and a rooftop lease.
If you are a landowner or building owner currently receiving rent from a cell site lease, TowerPoint wants to talk to you! A cell site is where wireless equipment is installed on a cell tower, rooftop or alternative structure in order to receive and transmit signals for cellular voice and data transmission. Wireless carriers, like […]
Clauses are the basic building blocks of lease agreements. In an effort to demystify the cell site lease for landlords, below are a few key clauses landlords need to know.
In most cases a cell site requires a lease with the owner of the property. A cell site lease is an agreement between a wireless service provider or Tower Company and the land or building owner. The wireless provider or Tower Company installs equipment on the landlord’s property in exchange for monthly rent. Cell site […]
The vast majority of cell tower leases are not guaranteed and can be terminated by the tenant with minimal notice. This is why most banks will not lend against a single cell tower lease. What are the risks of a cell site lease?