Tower Buy Out-renegotiation

My parents have a cello tower that is in the process of being bought out by a new company.
The current company, that will soon be bought out, is asking my parents if they want to renegotiate existing contract for a new 20 year contact with better terms.

Are there disadvantages to renegotiating a contract with a company that is soon to be bought out?

Thank you!

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by: Sean (Tower Genius)

It depends on where you are in the lifecycle of the lease. We would need to see the lease to determine the best approach for you. Call us as out initial consultation is free. To establish values we need to know more about the specifics regarding the site.

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