The industry refers to buyouts on the basis of a “multiple of monthly rent” to compare offers. For instance, if the landowner is receiving $1k/month and they receive an offer of $100k to buy the… Read More »How are leases valued by the lease buyout company?
The typical buyout transaction takes approximately 60 days from start to finish. This is an average, with some taking less (down to 45 days) and some taking longer (up to 180 days). Some buyout companies… Read More »When I sell, how long will the transaction take?
As always, the tax treatment of the proceeds from any transaction should be carefully considered. We are NOT experts, certified public accountants, or tax advisors. We strongly recommend that you consult your tax advisor before… Read More »What are the tax ramifications of a lease buyout transaction?
A bank will typically record a mortgage or deed of trust instrument on real property when a loan is taken by the property owner to purchase or refinance real estate. To secure the bank’s interest… Read More »What is a Non-Disturbance Agreement and why is the lease buyout company asking for one?
During the first or second month after the sale of your lease, you can expect to continue to receive monthly rent checks, since it usually takes 30-60 days for the carrier to redirect the payment… Read More »What happens after the sale of my lease?
After your cell site lease buyout transaction is completed, depending on the acquiring company, many lease buyout companies hold onto the assignment and easement for a period of months until they have a portfolio of… Read More »Will the lease buyout company sell my lease?
The lease buyout company is offering revenue sharing. They claim that they will market my tower or rooftop & add other wireless carriers & therefore bring additional revenue to me. Is that correct? In the… Read More »The lease buyout company is offering revenue sharing. They claim that they will market my tower
The lease buyout company has offered to provide a free “consultation” or “evaluation” of our site. Should I consider getting it? The old adage, “You get what you pay for,” is never truer than in… Read More »The lease buyout company has offered to provide a free “consultation” or “evaluation” of our site.
>The lease buyout company agent is suggesting that my site is at risk of termination. Why would they
The lease buyout company agent is suggesting that my site is at risk of termination. Why would they be offering to buy it if it was? There are three primary reasons. First, the lease buyout… Read More »>The lease buyout company agent is suggesting that my site is at risk of termination. Why would they