Md7 is what is known in the industry as a lease optimization company. It acts as a third party, working on behalf of wireless carriers (the Lessee), to negotiate cellular leases with landowners, building owners and public entities (the Lessor). Md7 representatives receive commission based on the amount of rent that they reduce; in fact, they have built specific constraints into the database they use to evaluate the minimum amount by which they can reduce rent in order to still receive a commission. They are also paid bonuses when Lessors accept amendments to their leases.
If you have been contacted by Md7 regarding your cellular lease and have been asked to sign an amendment with little to no compensation, we advise you take caution. You may be entitled to additional compensation for those modifications. Please reach out to us and we will gladly review your lease and the proposal at no cost and then let you know whether you need our services further and if so, how much they will cost.
Steel in the Air has assisted individual landowners, large corporations, municipalities and even tower owners. Our clients are our best reference, so don’t take our word for it – see what our clients have said. We’ve helped over 125 clients successfully negotiate their leases with Md7. If we can be of similar assistance to you- please contact us.
If you found this page in error while looking for the Md7 company website, please visit www.Md7.com. Steel in the Air is an independent consulting firm that assists landowners with evaluating offers from Md7. Md7 and Md7 Wireless, Sprint, Nextel, Cingular and AT&T are registered trademarks of Md7, Sprint, Nextel, Cingular, and AT&T. Steel in the Air is not affiliated with any of these companies.