Cell Tower in Michigan

by Sue
(Bay City, MI )

We have been approached by 3 different companies to sell our Verizon Tower located in Michigan. Right now we get $1000/per month with a 3% ladder every five years over the next 22 years? Is a lease buy out better than a monthly increase of $15,500/mo. for 11 years?

Is a 99 year lease better than an easement?

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Jan 02, 2017
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Sue please call us.
by: Stephen

Please call us to discuss the terms of the Verizon lease buyout offer and your options.


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888-313-9750

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