Escalation clause - the percentage
increase in rent each period (normally
1 & 5 years)
Co-location rights - the right to
receive a portion of additional rents if
the tenant sub-leases the site to
Right of First Refusal (ROFR) - the
right maintained by the carrier to
purchase the lease by matching any
Term of the lease - the number of
years the lease covers (normally a
series of 5 year options)
Easement or right of way - legal
right for ingress, eggress and pad for
equipment (general or specific)
Many businesses are chosen by cellular carriers due to their locations, proximity to needed
cell phone coverage and most importantly, zoning.
Businesses are often located in the hub of activity and require well serviced areas. This
makes the businesses themselves a common target for the carriers. Commercial and
industrial zoning are compatible with either rooftop or tower construction.
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