Vertical Consultants is pleased to announce that the telecom consulting firm is expanding its client base with the addition of United Church of Christ of Paradise Hills to its client list. United Church of Christ of Paradise Hills is a church located in San Diego, California. The client is a cell tower landlord receiving ancillary income for their telecom tenant’s use of the church’s property.
After engaging Vertical Consultants with questions regarding the state of their cell tower lease, United Church of Christ of Paradise Hills signed on with the telecom-consulting firm due to discoveries made by the firm that warranted renegotiations of their existing cell tower lease. Vertical Consultants will be handling all aspects of the negotiation process for their client in an effort to achieve full value for their client’s property.
Hugh Odom, President and Founder of Vertical Consultants, states, “A church is advised to have guidance as it goes through the process of interpreting the terms of any agreement; whether that is a current cell tower lease or a proposed lease agreement for your church’s property. A church needs to assess the fair market value of its property as it relates to the cell tower rental rates for a cell phone carrier’s occupancy and use. We take pride in being the only true landowner advocates in the cell tower lease industry and our results provide testament to our pride and dedication to our clients.”
Since inception, Vertical Consultants has become a catalyst for positive change in the telecom industry. In 2012, the telecom consulting firm increased property owners’ cell tower rent by an average of 142% and has recovered nearly 200 years’ worth of unpaid cell tower rent and expenses, collectively for their clients.
Vertical Consultants, founded in 2010 by Hugh Odom, is comprised of a group of wireless industry veterans with decades of combined experience. Priding itself as the only true landowner advocate, Vertical Consultants handles all aspects of telecom transactions and negotiations on behalf of property owners, from start to finish. To learn more about the disparities within the telecom industry, visit or contact