Getting a lease

by Roger
(Knoxville, MD)

I own a farm in rural western Md. It is a limited coverage area and my farm covers several terrain types up to about 1400' elevation. How do inquire if companies would be interested?

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Sep 06, 2010
Getting a cell phone tower built on your farm.
by: Tower Genius

Roger, it's usually not a very high probability that a cellular carrier will need your exact location, even if you have what you deem to be a suitable site to construct a cellular tower in an area that has poor cellular phone coverage.

With that being said, you can increase your chances of having Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, AT&T or Tower Companies like Crown, American Tower or SBA look at you property by submitting your information to them directly.

It does take a little elbow grease, but I'd suggest going to the following page on this website, bookmarking it for future reference, and submitting your site data directly to the carriers and tower companies:

How To Get A Cell Tower On Your Property.

Then contact each cell tower development company and wireless carrier at least once every six months.

If you are fortunate enough to have any of them contact you to view the property and negotiate a lease, please don't forget to give us a call in order to maximize the value of your cell site lease and make sure you getting a fair deal.

Good luck.

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