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Vertical Consultants mission is to level the playing field for cell tower and rooftop property owners. We’ll help you negotiate your lease terms or get significantly more value for your existing lease.

Today we’d like to provide you with answers to many common questions we hear all the time from telecom owners.

By far, the most common question is; how much rent should I be receiving?

Let’s start by reviewing information telecom companies rely upon when they value your lease.

First, every site has a distinct market value with no two sites being exactly alike. The truth is, just because the guy down the road is getting a certain amount of rent per month, does not necessarily mean your site has the same value.

Second, a common misconception property owners have is their lease is valued like a real estate asset, in reality it is a telecom asset. And it’s to your advantage to value it as a telecom asset; this is how the telecom companies value your property, and this valuation method will allow you to maximize the revenue value each you receive. There may be more than one carrier on your tower and this is the only way to properly value your telecom asset.

Lastly, the value of your site and lease ultimately comes down to the options your tenant has in that area. The less options the more valuable your site ultimately is, or will, be to that company.

Vertical Consultants will help you determine what you should receive for the use of your property. We have decades of experience in determining the value of telecom sites across North America and we work with our clients to make sure they receive true value for the use of their property. We’ve secured millions of dollars for our clients from undervalued leases.

We invite you to take the next step and contact us today. We provide a free, yes I said free, review of your lease to see what options you may have, and ultimately we do not benefit unless you benefit.

Remember the telecom companies have experts working for them shouldn’t you?