Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 23, 2013 -- The cell tower lease management and negotiation website of Tower Leases is now officially launched, aiming to help alleviate the impact produced by the increasing changes that have recently started influencing cell tower lease agreement holders – including businesses and regular landowners who currently own such leases or plan to in the future.
While offering insight on the company’s new services, the site also provides informational content designed to help people learn more about the various details involved in leasing a cell tower, and has already gained considerable popularity as landowners have began to ask a great deal of questions about the process involved with obtaining a lease or modifying a lease.
The services presented on the website mainly cover current leaseholders’ problems including, for instance, assistance for determining lease rates, solving the problems of dealing with lease amendments and modifications or identifying cases where the increase of cell tower profits may be possible.
Also, the site provides information, services and support for new or future land, building and cell site owners seeking to get cell tower leases, while also offering details about various types of cell towers, cell tower and wireless companies or the current and new technologies used in the industry.
While the site emphasizes the actual services that the company provides, it also makes useful information freely available to those who need to know more about the different stages of the leasing process. This involves insight on the selection process of cell tower locations, details about the amounts that landowners can gain over a long term period after signing a cell tower lease or the special requirements demanded by wireless or cell tower companies.
Cell tower lease consultant and founder of the website, David Espinosa, has recently pointed out that “even though many landowners still believe that the process of obtaining a cell tower lease is generally straightforward, there are many legal issues and widely unknown details involved that they might not be aware of at all.”
These can include the way in which the lease may influence the land’s value, issues related to the space that the company will need in order to install the tower, tax and insurance details and more.
Also, there is an additional aspect that can rarely be discussed in advance, since not even the cell tower company itself may be aware of its future implications: technological advancements.
With the appearance of new technology, modifications may be required along the years, which could require the appropriate adaptation of the lease and may influence the landowner in ways that can hardly be predicted.
Mr. Espinosa has expressed his hope that his effort in placing the company’s services at the disposal of businesses and individuals who are landowners or cell tower leaseholders will help raise awareness about the technical and legal problems that such contracts could entail and ensure an overall smoother process for the future development of cell towers, making it easier for wireless and cell phone companies to increase their coverage in future years.
Contact: David Espinosa
David Espinosa, Tower Leases, http://towerleases.com, +1 404-247-4111, [email protected]
SOURCE Tower Leases