Why Landowners Should Think Twice Before Accepting a Tower Lease Buyout from Towerpoint
Each year, many cell tower lease owners around the country get a buyout offer from Towerpoint. While getting a lump sum of cash may seem like a great idea, there is a good chance that accepting it will mean a lot of money is being given up in the long run. David Espinosa, a cell tower lease expert, warns landowners that they shouldn’t continue signing the agreement until they have had it evaluated.
“Landowners are not experts in tower leases, and Towerpoint knows this, so they take advantage of it,” explains David Espinosa, president of TowerLeases.com. “I’ve helped thousands of people with their cell tower contracts, giving me the experience necessary to ensure a fair deal.”
Towerpoints buys revenue streams from cell towers and billboards around the country. Their mission is to get the landowner to agree to the lowest buyout possible, increasing their revenue. They know that landowners are not experts in the contracts and will be enticed by receiving a lump sum payment. Landowners must learn how to negotiate a fair amount before taking the bait and selling themselves short. Learn how to manage an offer for a Towerpoint cell site lease buyout.
To help landowners determine if they are getting a fair deal, Espinosa is offering a free 30-minute phone consultation. During the call, he will discuss the buyout offer terms and analyze whether the landowner should be getting better rates and terms. He can further guide to help the person negotiate a better deal, typically getting the landowner tens of thousands more for the buyout and up to $100,000 more.
“There are a lot of factors that go into determining what a cell tower buyout is worth,” added Espinosa. “If you don’t know what they are, you will not be able to determine a fair rate that you should be getting for your buyout. Let me help you determine that so you can maximize the amount you get and avoid making a long-term mistake.”
Espinosa helps people with cell tower lease buyouts, contracts, renewals, and more. He has provided contract guidance to individuals and government entities for over 15 years and is the leading expert in the field. To schedule a free 30-minute consultation with Espinosa, call 404-644-6446, visit the site at: www.TowerLeases.com.
For over 15 years, TowerLeases.com has offered cell tower lease consultation and negotiation services. They provide a free consultation to see if their services would be a good fit for those already leasing their land for a cell tower and those considering doing so. Their services are available in Brazil and have now expanded throughout South America. For more information, visit their site at www.TowerLeases.com.
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