(PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Georgia’s leading cell tower lease consulting company, Com-Serve, is now offering free consultations to people who have been approached by cell tower companies. These companies often approach property owners with the intention of maximizing their own profit from based on current cell tower lease rates.
“We just want to make sure landowners are fairly represented in their deal. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen most of the time. It is the job of the cell tower company representative to make the deal as profitable as possible for the company, not the landowner,” said owner David Espinoza.
Com-Serve offers a complete service offering that covers all aspects of cell tower leases. In addition to serving customers in Georgia, the company also serves customers from across the nation. Wherever a company chooses to place a cell tower, a contract will have to be negotiated. In most cases, Com-Serve helps private property owners, businesses, and municipalities negotiate rates 30 – 50% higher than they were initially offered. Because contracts often include a fair amount of gray area cell tower companies often use to their advantage, Com-Serve also helps negotiate the contract so customer’s best interests are protected.
The services offered include rent optimization, buyout negotiation, site evaluations, contract renegotiations, and rooftop negotiations, among many others. The cell tower leasing process is very complex for those unfamiliar with it, and it is possible to renegotiate a contract even after it has been signed. As a result, Com-Serve has found it necessary to offer many different services to prospective clients.
Many different companies will approach property owners, attempting to strong-arm them into unfair deals. One of the more common companies encountered will be Black Dot Wireless. Individuals or organizations who have been contacted by this organization should understand what terms they are being offered and then contact a cell tower lease expert. Contract renegotiation isn’t always possible, so the best choice is to contact a consultant who can help.
During the free consultation, Com-Serve will assist property owners in determining a fair market value for leasing their property to a cell tower company. Depending on the flow of negotiations, lump-sum or long-term payment options may result.
Private property owners, businesses, and public municipalities interested in receiving a fair market rate for leasing their property should contact Com-Serve using the information below if they have been approached by a cell tower company.
Founded in 1997 as a result of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Com-Serve has helped people, businesses, and municipalities in all 50 states. Successful negotiations have been performed with every major cell phone company. Regardless of the challenges or obstacles faced, Com-Serve can help customers negotiate fair deals.