Inflation has pushed the price of nearly everything in the U.S. up in the last year. Landowners must keep this in mind regarding cell tower lease negotiations in 2023. Multiple factors go into negotiating a higher rate for new leases, renewals, or buyouts. To help landowners cash in more this year, David Espinosa offers a free 30-minute consultation to discuss contract terms and provide crucial feedback for landowners.
“Most landowners are not familiar with fair lease rates and take the first amount they are offered,” explains David Espinosa, president of TowerLeases.com. “I urge you to avoid doing that so you don’t sell yourself short. I’ve helped countless landowners to negotiate better terms and rates, and I can help you, too.”
With the volume of cell tower sites in the country, thousands of people are routinely offered cell tower leases, renewals, and buyouts. Phone companies often take advantage of the landowner, assuming they need to know what their land is worth in the industry. That’s where Espinosa comes in, helping people to determine what they should be getting and helping them navigate the path to make it happen.
He is now offering a free 30-minute phone consultation for those who need cell tower lease contract assistance from an expert in the field. To help determine fair rates, he considers numerous factors, including land values, bylaws, contract terms, etc. Once all these things have been considered, he can calculate a fair rate for each landowner. His contract analyzing skills and lease negotiation expertise have helped many obtain contracts with higher rates and better terms.
“If you want the best rate, you likely can’t get it on your own,” added Espinosa. “It takes working with a lease tower expert to get the best outcome. It’s important to have someone on your side who knows the industry inside and out and can work on your behalf.”
The number of cell tower sites has rapidly increased in recent years with the rollout of 5G. There will continue to be more sites added, which means there will be an influx of new lease contracts, renewals, and buyouts. Cell phone companies must provide excellent coverage for their customers, making cell tower sites important to the industry, and making landowners who they lease vital to the process. To schedule a free 30-minute consultation with Espinosa, call 404-644-6446, or visit the site at: www.TowerLeases.com
For over 15 years, TowerLeases.com has offered cell tower lease consultation and negotiation services. They provide a free consultation to see if their services would be a good fit for those already leasing their land for a cell tower and those considering doing so. Their services are available in Brazil and have now expanded throughout South America. For more information, visit their site at www.TowerLeases.com.
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