Whether or not to sell AT&T lease in my church steeple

I have been made an offer to purchase my cell-tower lease that presently is located in one of my church steeples. I don't know what a fair price value is. Rent is $1545.00 with yearly 3% increase.

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Dec 09, 2013
We need a bit more info.
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

I need to know where it is located and the other terms of the lease to judge if it is a fair price. Call our Church Steeple Expert... Steve Kazella at 888-313-9750. The initial consultation is free.

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Nov 28, 2011
Selling your Church's cell tower lease
by: Tower Genius

If your offer is below $165K you are not getting a fair price, above $175K is starting to get more competitive. Offers will vary depending on the carrier and type of buyout offer you are getting. Call us to discuss.

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