Perpetual lease agreements

by Baffled

Verizon by American Tower(?)... with Tower Alliance offering the agreement.
Is that the same as AT? or a third party to the mix?

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Sep 06, 2019
Cell tower lease buyout riddle.
by: Stephen

Dear Baffled.

When American Tower acquired thousands of cell towers from Verizon Wireless several years ago, the towers were put into two buckets.

One bucket was where they owned the steel.

The other bucket was where they do not own the steel, but have a bass ackwards lease-back-management-type of arrangement that looks like they own the tower but are only the site managers.

The Tower Alliance folks down in Florida have a deal with American Tower to try to acquire perpetual easements (cell tower lease buyouts) from cell tower landlords.

Let's take a look and see how we can help if that is needed.

Tower Genius

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