99 year lease for tower expansion

There is a small square on my property owned by a cell tower company. I was approached to lease for 99 years a small space next to the tower. What is a fair price and 99 years seems very long?

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Dec 21, 2014
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by: Sean (Tower Genius)

Do not sign any deal for 99 years. Give us a call as this does not sound right. Our initial consultation is free. Let us see what they are up to so we can give you the proper advice.


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