Congratulations. You've found America's #1 Cell Tower Lease Consultants. The Partners of Tower Genius are America's leading cell tower lease consultants and seasoned wireless industry experts who can provide assistance for cell tower site related and rooftop site related wireless lease and development issues in New Jersey, New York, California, Texas, Florida, Illinois and everywhere else across the United States where a cell tower landlord needs good solid advice, transactional coaching or wireless lease consulting.
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Tower Genius Cell Tower Lease Consultants
We help landlords navigate their confusing cell tower lease proposals, understand their options and provide the industry knowledge you need to make sound decisions with:
Determining the current cell tower rent rate
Making needed adjustments on proposed cell tower lease agreements
Cell tower valuations on cell sites and cell tower lease extension amendment proposals
Selling your cell tower lease rental streams - everything you need to know about cell tower lease buyouts to maximize your easement sale transaction
Evaluation of lease proposals from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile Sprint, DISH Wireless, US Cellular, American Tower, Crown Castle, SBA Communications, Vertical Bridge, Tillman Infrastructure, PTI Towers
We have been in the cellular site consulting business since the inception of cell towers and cellular phones and have worked both inside on the carrier side of the business and as outside consultants. Chances are our cell tower leasing consultants have come across your scenario and provide the answers or solutions you are seeking. Frankly... sometimes an "Expert" just isn't enough. We know of one two companies in particular who boast of having decades of experience. One of them has been in wireless lease consulting for less than 5 years, and the other has reviewed and negotiated less than a handful of leases for landlords.
Need Cell Tower Lease Assistance in the USA? Talk To America's #1 Cell Tower Lease Consultants Kevin Donohue or Steve Kazella
Have you been approached by a wireless carrier about placing a tower or antennas on your property or building in New Jersey, New York, California, Ohio, Illinois, Florida, Texas, Washington, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Maryland or Virginia? How about in Oregon, Idaho, Montana or Wyoming? Or anywhere for that matter? Do you have questions about cell tower lease rates, their leased area footprint size, cell phone tower leasing nuances or the confusing details of the tower lease they presented to you?
Is the cell phone tower lease on your current cellular site expiring after 10 or 15 years and you want to make sure you are maximizing the profitability of your leased site?
Has a company sent you a letter or has one of their cell tower lease consultants been aggressively calling you about the urgent need to optimize your lease due to industry consolidation or advances in wireless telephony, and have they threatened to move the cell tower or exercise their termination rights if you don't give them a reduction in the annual cell tower rental revenue that you get?
Were you approached by a company offering you a lump-sum cash payment or cell tower lease buyout and you have questions?
Are you a Utility, School District, Municipality, Housing Authority or Church who needs help writing and managing a cell tower bid and need to hire an expert to oversee and guid you through the process?
Are you a landlord receiving cellular rental income and are confused about all the offers you are getting about your cell site from multiple cell tower lease consultants?
But I Want a Local Cell Tower Expert.
When you have questions like these do you really need a local cell tower expert? You see, the internet and modern telephony allow anyone to be "local" to our Florida Panhandle or New York City Metropolitan area location, just a few mouse clicks away. In the old days, we used to have to find an atlas, drive down to town hall to access zoning maps, get in our cars and drive up and down cell tower search rings. All that is so 1990's. Isn't the internet a wonderful thing?