Monthly Archives: October 2011

Anatomy of a Cell Tower Lease

When it comes to cell tower site leases, there are two types: the original lease that is put together and then if you decide t sell there is a lease that ‘wraps’ the original lease and often times extends well … Continue reading

Posted in cell site leases, Cell tower lease negotiations, cell tower leases | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Cell Tower Site Lease: Colocation Rents (Colos)

You want the most out of your cell tower lease? Of course you do. Problem is no cell carrier is going to tell you that you could have a percentage of their subleases (colocation rents). Why should they. There are … Continue reading

Posted in cell site leases, cell tower leases, co-locations rents | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Cell Tower Site Lease: Colocation Rents (Colos)

Cell Tower Site Lease: the Escalation Clause

Negotiation a cell tower lease? Congratulations, you’ve hit the jackpot. Now, don’t blow it. Check with a cell tower lease consultant. Mistakes can be extremely costly. Cell tower leases should always contain an escalation clause. This determines the percentage increase … Continue reading

Posted in cell site leases, Cell tower escalation clause, cell tower leases | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Cell Tower Site Lease: the Escalation Clause

Cell Tower Lease: ROFR (Right of First Refusal)

Negotiating your own cell tower lease, without consulting an expert, is not smart. Any one of a dozen provisions in a cell tower lease could cost you dearly. When I say dearly, I mean 10s of thousands of dollars.In my … Continue reading

Posted in cell site leases, cell tower lease ROFR, cell tower leases | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Cell Tower Lease: ROFR (Right of First Refusal)