Com-Serve Offers New Information on Tactics Used By Cell Tower Lease Buyout Companies

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Cell Tower Lease Owners are entitled to receive top dollar for leases, however they need representation to level the playing field, In steps Com-Serve.

Georgia’s leading cell tower lease consulting company, is fed-up with some of the tactics used by companies attempting to purchase Cell Tower Leases. Com-Serve now wants to spread the news of what to avoid when planning on selling a Cell Tower Lease, or Cell Site Lease. Com-Serve specializes in helping clients get the most money that they can, and with the best terms. Com-Serve will help Cell Tower Lease owners in all phases of negotiations.

Com-Serve wants folks to be aware that the companies that buy Cell Tower Leases will employ all kinds of tactics to get them to sign off on a Letter of Intent, or an Option To Purchase. Very often these companies hire a sales force that are trained to use intimidation by trying to convince people about “cell tower obsolescence risk”, “cell site consolidation and merger risk”, and the upside potential of partnering with a firm like themselves. Some companies want to do a buy-out over a period of time, but David Espinosa has the experience and knowledge to turn the deal into a large Lump-sum compared to their original offer.

The company reports that these Cell Tower Lease Buyout Companies are willing to pay a sizeable amount of funds for Cell Phone Tower Leases, and Com-Serve will help maximize the payout. People that do not have proper representation very often sell for below market value. It would be wise to enlist the aid of a professional in this field, as there are many intricacies that a layman will not be aware of, and may be giving-up substantial dollars, and be signing-away future cash-flow possibilities.

David Espinosa has a proven track record, and is an expert in contract negotiations with cell tower carriers. Having helped thousands of clients over the years, David has seen it all, and knows what to look for to protect clients, and help monetize cell tower leases. Espinosa cautions cell tower lease owners not to fall for the line about how these buyers will help “market” its Cell Tower, and split the revenue.

About Com-Serve

Com-Serve was founded in 1997 after the passing of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Its main purpose was to assist clients nationwide in negotiating more fruitful contracts with all major cell phone carriers. Com-Serve has been successful in increasing revenues, and protecting landowners from signing agreements that restrict their rights. Even those people who have already signed contracts can benefit from a no-cost consultation. David Espinosa is an expert in all phases of Cell Tower lease negotiations.

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