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Ken, Thank you for your guidance throughout this process. Your expertise has given us confidence every step of the way! Warmest regards,
Our rent more than doubled, we received future revenue share and a substantial signing bonus. We never could for the life of us been able to get through this whole process without having SITA aboard! Nice little nest egg to leave the children while we enjoy the benefits today. we will recommend SITA to anybody.
The report provided by Steel In The Air was very thorough and informative.
We just signed off on the lease extension at the top of the range of values recommended by SITA. The assessment was great!
Our client was very happy with the amount of the increase achieved with the help of the assessment from SITA. It took a great deal of time to get the deal done but it was worth it.
As we approach the end of 2022, we thought it might be helpful to summarize what we have been seeing with new leases and existing leases in rural areas.
In the standard cell tower lease, most of the compensation comes from rent, which typically increases over the course of the lease due to escalation.
During the last half of 2019 and early 2020, SteelTree Partners advised on the sale of several tower portfolios ranging from individual towers to mid-sized private portfolios.
If you have followed our musings over the years, you know that we don’t like the lease renegotiation industry
Steel in the Air has been serving property owners and local governments in lease negotiations against wireless carriers and cell tower companies for nearly 15 years. Our expertise consists of lease appraisal and tower valuation, lease negotiations, and brokerage .
Getting a cell tower on your property – unless you have already been contacted by a wireless carrier or tower company who has expressed explicit interest in leasing a parcel of your land.
Marketing your cell tower or cell site to carriers – because you think it’s valuable and would make a good location for a cell site.
Steel in the Air is regularly approached by landowners who are interested in entering into a cell tower lease agreement with wireless carriers as tenants. We are often asked “How can I get a cell tower on my property?”, and the answer we give is always the same: You can’t convince wireless carriers to build a tower on your land unless it fits into their pre-existing network infrastructure plans; and, if it did, you would probably already know about it. But even after saying that, we still hear pleas, such as: “But my land is ideal! It’s the highest parcel within 20 miles, and the coverage is horrible here.” We’ve created this page, specifically for anyone in the situation described above.