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Have a need to sell your cell tower lease? We can make sure you receive the
most for your lease and we require that the buyer pays our fee. This
guarantees that you will receive the absolute largest lump sum payment for
your Australian cell tower.
These are a few of the Australian cell phone and data carriers whose leases
are in demand: 2Degrees Mobile; Sonic Mobile (Modica); Vodophone; CallPlus;
Virgin Mobile; Optus and Telstra.
The first question everyone has is, "What's my cell tower lease worth?" Great
question, but there is no pat answer. There's a great number of factors that go
into the evaluating a cell tower lease. Here are a few: amount of rent you are
presently receiving, how much and how often your lease payment escalates;
whether or not you have co-location rights; whether there is a right of first
refusal (rofr) in your lease; type of structure; location of the cell structure, credit
worthiness of the carrier and whether they are being bought out or are merging
with another carrier; wording of the cancellation clause in your lease; type of
cellular service (voice and data vs just data); whether your easement is general
or specific and the time remaining on your lease.
The value of your Australian tower lease, as you can see, is dependent on a
great many factors. As location is important to the value of real estate, lease
terms are as important to a telecom buyout firm. I know this is a broad range,
but your lease falls somewhere between 160 to 185 (or more) times your
monthly rent. There's one way to find out; get some offers. There is no
obligation to sell and if you do choose to sell your tower lease, all fees are
required to be paid by the buyer.
These are a few of the things you'll need for us to put together a package to
present to buyers: copy of the lease; copy of last 3 checks you received;
picture of your structure and the base station.
The Serval BatPhone is not only a cell phone, it is a router capable of
connecting one cell phone to another without the infra structure. The
technology is being developed as a humanitarian effort for emergency
communications in remote areas, such as the great expanse of the Australian
If this technologogy can work out a few obstacles, we could eventually have
cellular coverage without the immense cost of the infrastructure, such as cell
If this works in remote areas, can you imagine how this would work in downtown
Sydney? You may want to do a little research if you are a tower owner.
So, if you Australian cell tower lease is in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth,
Adelaide, Gold Coast-Tweed, Newcastle, Canberra-Queanbeyan, Wollongong,
Sunshine Coast or somewhere in between, we got you covered all over