Unison Net Profits Agreement

Upon information, Unison transfers the ground lease and the net profits agreement into a separate entity that collects only the ground rent. Because the ground rent does not increase, there is never any excess revenue to share with the site owner. Can anyone verify this?

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Jul 30, 2013
Wearing Your Tin Foil Hat?
by: Tower Genius

The problem is that when you post a "question" like this without sharing any specifics we have a very hard time verifying the validity of the actual question. Sounds like you are stating a fact. Are you a cell tower landlord with a rooftop or ground lease? Or maybe are you another cash-flow company? Do you want to rephrase or provide a bit more information?

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