With the ongoing explosion in wireless communication, there is a race among telecom providers to keep up with customer demand. At the same time, tower companies are always looking for additional space to provide telecom providers with the infrastructure that they need in order to meet such demand. Oftentimes, tower companies negotiate long-term leases or easement agreements with land and building owners for the placement of towers and antennas on their property. Other times, tower companies attempt to extend the duration of existing agreements with property owners with whom they already have a relationship. Sometimes property owners receive monthly rent payments as a result of these agreements, while other times they receive large, sometimes life-changing, lump-sum payments upon deal execution. Regardless of the deal structure, land and building owners sometimes become overwhelmed by the complexity of these agreements and need assistance to ensure their interests are protected.
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