Mr. Cramer, however, does not mention the significant casualties that result from these wireless battles. While the telecom companies are waging war to win marketshare and meet customer demands of new technology, they are acquiring financial treasures (billions of dollars annually) as property owners, just like you, become Collateral Damage.
Our job at Vertical Consultants is to advocate for property owners who have existing cell site leases and/or have been approached to lease a portion of their property for the development of a new cell site.
The Vertical Consultants team works to ensure that you get the True Value for the use of your land, not only today, but also throughout the entire term of the cell site lease.
We also put the structures in place to protect you from certain terms within the lease that could potentially have a negative impact on you personally, as well as your property.
Do not be another casualty in the wireless wars. Contact us today to discuss how we can assist you with an existing or newly proposed cell tower lease.
Remember, the cell tower companies have an army of experts on their side. Shouldn’t you?
CNBC Report – Cell Tower Companies: “Arms Dealer In Wireless Battle” Tower Companies Making Almost “Pure Profit”
Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” was very excited to share about one of his new favorite investment opportunities: the cell tower sector of the telecommunication industry. Cramer’s support is based on the “Growing Demand For Cell Phone Towers,” as well as the “Terrific Business Model” that the telecom companies have developed and executed successfully.
Mr. Cramer explains that this business model is based on the premise constructing a cell tower, and then lease space on that tower to multiple wireless carriers, resulting in “Pure Profit.”
Unfortunately, this “Pure Profit” to which Mr. Cramer refers is often realized only by the tower companies as property owners enter into undervalued lease agreements that continue to depreciate over time.
Mr. Cramer provides a very pointed and insightful characterization of cell tower companies. He states that the companies who own and operate cell towers are basically fulfilling the role of an “Arms Dealer In A Seemingly Endless Battle,” supplying resources to like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint in growing their customer base.