New AT&T cell tower lease to improve wireless coverage and capacity for nearby community while financially contributing to Habitat For Humanity
Mishawaka, Indiana, February 20, 2017: Habitat For Humanity of St. Joseph County secured a cell tower lease with favorable rent terms with the help of their representative, Airwave Advisors. Airwave Advisors increased the one-time upfront payment money payable by AT&T to Habitat For Humanity by 250% and increased the starting rent by 13%, amongst other values added with their transaction.
“It has been a privilege to add value to one of our nation’s leading non-profits. Taking on this project was more than just business, it hit home on a personal level. When I volunteered for Habitat For Humanity years ago to rehabilitate a house for a family in need, I was humbled when I witnessed tears of happiness from the recipient, a single mother under financial pressure. I believe this cell tower lease will help to contribute financially to fund future projects to help fellow Americans in need,” said Airwave Advisors President and Founder Nick G. Foster.
“We were more than pleased with the results that we achieved from Nick Foster and Airwave Advisors. I was really impressed and understood the gravity that Mr. Foster brings to the table, when we had a negotiation with AT&T and no less than nine people attended the call on behalf of AT&T, to discuss the lease with Mr. Foster and I. The results of the call were impressive and I would recommend Mr. Foster to others. He surely contributed to the growth and security of our affiliate,” said Jim Williams, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County.
About Airwave Advisors
With a combined cell tower transactional experience of over 12 years, totaling over $30,000,000.00 in cell tower transactions and negotiated rent increases for landlords, Airwave Advisors continues to bring more value to landlords in the marketplace in 2017. Learn more about Airwave Advisors by visiting www.airwaveadvisors.com.
About Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County
Founded in 1987, Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County has served over 428 families. Last year 1,892 volunteers helped provide housing solutions for 38 families in need – building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Learn more about Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County by visiting www.hfhsjc.org.