Steel in the Air regularly assists condo and homeowner associations with the evaluation of proposed rooftop antenna lease agreements from cellular or wireless carriers. As fiduciaries for their constituents, condo owner association (COA) boards and homeowner owner association (HOA) boards have a duty to review proposed agreements to make sure they are fair and truly benefit the association.
Compared with other private landowners or property owners, COA’s and HOA’s are responsible not only for reviewing the proposed rooftop antenna lease rate, but also any detrimental impact the proposed cell tower site or rooftop antenna may have to your residents.
If your property is unique, we can review how aggressively your COA or HOA can negotiate before the carrier simply chooses not to build the cell tower or rooftop antenna site.
If your condo or homeowner’s association needs assistance with reviewing a cell tower or rooftop antenna lease strictly from a legal perspective, please contact our affiliate, Cell Tower Attorney. They can help you negotiate a new cell tower or rooftop antenna lease or review any existing cell tower leases.