We can get you 10 to 15% more for your cell tower lease when you are ready
to sell. We are not tied to any 'tower lease buyout firm', so we can package
your lease and setup a sealed bid auction with the top cell tower buyout
companies without bias. We will bring you multiple offers for your cell site lease,
however you will have no obligation to accept any purchase bid. This decision
is yours. Oh yeah, and there's no cost to you for any purchase we arrange.
Verizon Wireless has built more cell towers than any other cellular carrier. The
leases are considered the 'gold standard' when it comes to tower buyouts. This
depends on how well you negotiated your lease. Co-location rents (sharing of
sub-lease rents Verizon has made with additional carriers) make a big
difference in the price. Purchase prices are determined by a multiple of your
monthly rent. Verizon sites carry a higher multiple than others, so each dollar
you negotiated in your original lease equates to a hundred or more dollars
when you sell your lease. I've brought in bids of over 180 times monthly rent*
for Verizon tower leases. Want to sell your tower lease?
AT&T Wireless is a close 2nd behind Verizon when it comes to monthly sales
multiples*. Some Cingular sites (now owned by AT&T) have yet to be
decommissioned due to redundancy. Keep in mind that with AT&T owning two
competing sites, it may be more advantageous for them to shut down the AT&T
site if the Cingular site has better geographical coverage and lease financials.
Want to sell your AT&T cell tower lease?
Sprint Nextel still has thousands of redundant sites. This weakens the monthly
buyout multiples, but maybe not as much as you think. On the high side you
could be offered 120 times monthly rent, maybe a tad more, if your lease has
all the 'goodies' and is really strategically located. Pricing should be 160 to 170
times monthly rent*. Want to sell your Sprint/Nextel cell tower lease?
T-Mobile could eventually become part of AT&T, but until that happens the
pricing is going to be a little weak. There are many buyers that are not
interested in a T-Mobile site if there are no other carriers on the site. If the
merger does go through, there will be a lot of lease terminations. Pricing should
be 155 to 165 times monthly rent*. Want to sell your T-Mobile cell tower lease?
Cricket.com established in 1999 and is a subsidiary of Leap wireless. un-limited
services without a contract and no credit check, providing access to wireless
services to customers who could not otherwise afford it. Pricing should be 150
to 160 times monthly rent*. Want to sell your Cricket cell tower lease?
Leap Wireless was founded in 1998 and currently has 7 million users across 34
states as of May 2011. It has purchased at auction a spectrum that gives it
access to more than 110 million potential customers. Presently Leap Wireless is
the 7th largest cellular provider. Pricing: 150 to 160 times monthly rent*. Want
to sell your Leap Wireless cell tower lease?
MetroPCS, formerely know as General Wireless, Inc., is the 5th largest cell
phone carrier in the US with almost 9 million users. The company is
headquartered in Richardson, Texas. Pricing should equal T-Mobile at 150 to
160 times monthly rent. Want to sell your MetroPCS cell tower lease?
* Prices are not guaranteed and are subject to lease provisions. Prices can
vary wildly due to general financial conditions and speculation with regard to
the particular carrier and site.
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