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Five Good Reasons To Consider Selling Your Cellular Ground Leases

If you have a cellular ground lease for a tower or other installation on your property, chances are you’ve considered selling it at one time or another. High cellular ground lease prices, news of lease cancellations and the desire to obtain a large cash buyout are among the most frequently noted reasons when a ground lease owner approaches us to find out how much capital a cell tower acquisition could net them.

Sprint/T-Mobile Merger May Result in Thousands of Lease Cancellations and Cell Tower Decommissions

While it may be debatable whether the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile will be good for consumers, lease cancellations and cell site decommissions could be significant for cell tower owners and cellular property owners. 

Crescendo Capital Partners, LLC Closes Third Infrastructure Fund Focused on Cell Tower and Cellular Lease Acquisitions

Crescendo Capital Partners announced it has closed its third infrastructure investment fund which will be dedicated to cell tower and cellular lease acquisitions, as well as billboard and alternative energy assets,

Municipalities Need To Protect The Value Of Their Cellular Ground Lease Income

The last thing most municipalities and local governments need is additional pressure to do more with less income. Well that could be coming your way, thanks to new cellular technologies, legislative initiatives to reduce cellular rent rates and pressure from telecoms for future rent reductions on existing leases.

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