Cell Tower Lease Buyouts | 7 Things You Need To Know
Five years ago I wrote an article covering Cell Tower Lease Buyouts which can be found here. We are long overdue for an update. Here are 2019’s seven things you should know regarding Cell Tower Lease Buyouts.
- Unsolicited offers to buy your cell tower lease are often as much as 60% below market.
- Buyout term is negotiable, however, it will likely adjust price.
- You have a few deal structures available to you on how you transfer your interest in the lease. Lease assignment vs. grant of easement vs. fee simple. It is best to understand your options and call us with any questions.
- As of April 2, 2019, buyers are currently no longer buying Sprint leases. We will have to wait until the dust settles with the proposed Sprint T-Mobile merger. Learn more here.
- A company that was offering you top-dollar for your cell tower lease in 2018, is unlikely to be the company offering you top-dollar this year. Budgets have changed and leaders in the market have changed as well.
- Installment buyout offers were a bad idea five years ago, they still are a bad idea. Learn whyhere.
- Two well known buyers in the market went completely out of business within the last five years.
Airwave Advisors has closed over 100 sales transactions with every credible buyer in the market. Make sure you do not leave on the money and make sure to have Nick Foster review any offer you receive to purchase your cell tower lease.
When I previously sold my cell tower lease, I didn’t think I would have the opportunity to sell it again. That’s exactly what I did with the help of Nick Foster and Airwave Advisors. I was contacted by a company who wanted to buy my lease, a lease I currently wasn’t receiving rent for. After discussing the offer with Nick, he was confident he could secure more money for me than what they offered me. Sure enough he pulled through and better yet he got the deal closed and me paid in under 30 days! I would highly recommend Nick to any sellers considering selling their cell tower lease.Victor B., Private property owner
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