Existing cell tower

by Bill
(Romney, WV )

I am looking at purchasing a piece of property that has a cell tower located on it. My question is, what problems will this cell tower create as far as development of the parcel that it does not sit on?

The parcel is about 3 acres.

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Nov 10, 2010
Purchasing a cell tower property
by: Tower Genius

Before you purchase the property it may make sense to review the lease. Are they selling you a parcel that has a tower lease that was crafted properly or is it a bad deal that they are trying to offload? Are you inheriting someones headache? Generally cell tower income is something that is good thing that will make your property much more valuable, but we'd really need more specifics.

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