When wireless carriers negotiate new or renewal agreements, they often discount rents if a property owner is not familiar with what the fair market rent should be. The only way to know if you are receiving the fair market rent is take advantage of our free consultation today!
Cell tower and cell site upgrades present a time-sensitive opportunity for landlords to capture more value.
The next opportunity may not be for years to come! You will have to wait until they upgrade again or the lease expires.
This could be your chance to increase rent and/or renegotiate your lease terms. Have the upgrade plans and documentation reviewed by a cell tower lease expert such as Airwave Advisors today!
Carriers often request landlord "consent" and submit projects to landlords as “maintenance”. This is in an effort to receive landlord approval at no additional cost to the tenant - that is NO rent increase.
Read our article "Rooftop Cell Site Upgrades" to learn how to increase rent when your tenant makes this type of request.
Make sure you are not leaving money on the table; consult with Airwave Advisors to have the proposed plans and agreements reviewed today.
Unfortunately, we cannot bring a new cell tower tenant to your property. We only help landlords with existing cell tower leases, or property owners who have been contacted by cell phone companies to place a new cell tower on their property.
Read our article "How Do I Get A Cell Tower?" to learn more.
The renewal could present an opportunity for you to increase rent and/or renegotiate the terms in the lease. We can review your lease, their proposal, and advise you on what business terms you should be able to achieve. Check out our Cell Tower Lease Extension page to learn more.
Cell tower buyer groups often submit unsolicited buyout offers to cell tower landlords. To know where your offer stands compared to the rest of the market, contact us today. If you could benefit from the lump sum cash payment, we can evaluate your current offer and solicit additional competitive offers on your behalf. This will, of course, provide you with options and it will help ensure you receive the highest purchase price. Click here to learn more about our Cell Tower Lease Buyouts.
As a cell tower landlord, you often have more leverage than your cell tower tenant or agent will let on. If you receive any requests or correspondence from companies such as MD7 or Blackdot, have it reviewed by Airwave Advisors. If you would like to read more about companies who contact you in attempt to reduce your rent, read our article by clicking here.
Absolutely! Your time is more valuable focused on your core business and as cell tower experts, we are here to help. Read our article, "How Rooftop Cell Site Management Benefits You" or contact us today at (888) 443-5101 to learn more!
Yes. As cell tower lease experts who have first-hand experience developing and leasing cell towers, we are happy to help you out with your new opportunity! We will work with you from first contact until the tower is up in the air. Most importantly, we will ensure that you receive - and enjoy - a fair market rent for years to come. Learn more about our new cell tower lease negotiation service.
Thousands of landlords are going through the same process, so just know you are not alone. Nextel and AT&T have hired MD7 and Blackdot to help cut deals that are good for them, however, they are often bad for landlords. To learn more, read our article "Tips With Your Nextel Decommission" To learn more about MD7 and/or Blackdot read our article "Contacted By MD7 or Blackdot?"
Nick G. Foster
President & Founder
Since founding Airwave Advisors® in 2014, Mr. Foster has added value to over 400 clients ranging from the State of Nevada, City of Beverly Hills, to Habitat For Humanity. Mr. Foster focuses on cell tower lease renewals, buyouts, new lease negotiation, and cell site lease management. Prior to starting Airwave Advisors® Mr. Foster founded and led the Cell Site Services Group within nationwide commercial real estate services leader Cassidy Turley (now known as Cushman & Wakefield).