Selling my lease

by Nick
(Northern Michigan )

I negotiated a deal with American tower to take a lump sum in exchange for a perpetual easement. They requested a SNDA be signed by my mortgage holder but they won't sign unless I pay a large portion of principle up front upon settlement. I feel like the bank is simply taking a piece of something that's mine since the tower lease existed long before I mortgaged the property. Any guidance would be a great help. Thank you!

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Yes we can
by: Stephen

Yes, stick it to both American Tower and the Bank. Get a better offer.

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