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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. If you […]Read more
Cell Tower Lease Renewals Landlords continue to be contacted by their tenants years ahead of lease expiration. Sometimes it will make business sense to entertain your tenant’s request to extend their cell tower lease. Other times it may be in your best interest to ignore the request and wait closer to lease expiration. Negotiating years […]Read more
As we head into the end of the year we want to share with you some cell tower lease strategies and news items. T-Mobile Sprint Merger Buzz Previously shot down in 2011 under the Obama administration (AT&T and T-Mobile), and discussed again in 2014 (Sprint and T-Mobile), a merger now looks to be more promising […]Read more
Considering selling your cell tower lease? You have two main options. One option is to take the sales proceeds in a lump sum payment (similar to selling property). Another option is to take the sales proceeds as installment payments paid over a period of time. Which Option Is Right For You? Let’s dive into an example […]Read more
A 1031 exchange is a popular option for sellers of cell tower leases looking to defer taxes. Under Section 1031 of the United States Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C. § 1031), a taxpayer may defer recognition of capital gains and related Federal income tax liability on the exchange of certain types of property. It is the opinion […]Read more