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Looking to enter into a cell phone tower lease? Com-Serve says there are important considerations you should make before entering into an agreement & they are willing to offer a complementary consultation to point land owners in the right direction.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Com-Serve, a leading cell tower lease negotiating company in Georgia, announces complementary consultation services for property owners looking to enter a cell phone tower lease. Such leases are growing in popularity as mobile phone services are looking to expand their reach and their customer base by entering into cell tower leases with property owners in many areas throughout the country, including rural areas. However, according to Com-Serve tower lease negotiating expert, David Espinosa, the negotiating cell tower lease rates on existing properties should not be taken lightly by property owners.
“It's impossible to have a general idea of what a property is worth based on vague setting descriptions like ‘country’ or ‘city,’” says Espinosa. “Every property is unique and differs in value. A professional consultant can determine what makes a particular location especially valuable (or slightly less valuable in some cases) and tell someone where they should settle in terms of compensation.”
Com-Serve also stresses the importance of understanding the cons of entering into a cell phone tower lease so that these factors can be put to proper use when in negotiations. “Our consultants inform our clients of all these so one can either use them to raise the price of your property or decide whether or not it's even worth it at all,” says Espinosa. “Remember: companies don't want people to know these negatives because it hurts (and might even eliminate) their profit. But at Com-Serve, we know what works and we look out for our client's concerns and benefits.”
Hiring a consultant before entering into a cell phone tower lease mostly benefits the landowner looking to sign a contract with a cell tower company, and may even prevent landowners from entering into contracts with unscrupulous companies. “And those unscrupulous companies certainly exist in this industry,” says Espinosa. “I can give you many examples of property owners that have entered into contracts without knowing all the details and later regretted it because they didn’t read the fine print. That’s the primary reason I would strongly advise seeking a professional consultant's advice before making such a serious decision.”
Com-Serve was founded in 1997 in response to the Telecommunications Act of 1996. It has served customers in every state and has successfully negotiated better contracts for landowners with all major cell phone carriers. Com-Serve can help individuals in every phase of the cell tower lease negotiation process, including those who have already signed contracts.
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