At SiteXcell, we receive some rather common inquiries that we find ourselves giving answers to on a regular basis. Here are some of the frequently asked questions.

  1. Can you help me get a mobile tower on my property?

    Unfortunately, no. We get inquiries all the time asking for help leasing property or rooftops as a mobile site. It's just something we have chosen not to do. The chance of success is slim for most properties as it is, but we would be misrepresenting our abilities if we suggested to you that we could find tenants. For more information about how you can increase your chances of soliciting wireless tenants and how to tell if your property has any merit to wireless companies, please visit our webpage on Towers on Your Property.

  2. I have been approached to sell or extend the remainder of my mobile tower lease, or mobile site lease. Should I consider a lease buyout or extension offer?

    This is not a question that can be answered generically. Every scenario is different. The decision to sell rests on the answers to a number of follow up questions:

    1. Is there additional income that you might be passing up as a result of selling the mobile site lease or mobile tower lease?
    2. What is the expected longevity of the mobile site lease or mobile tower lease?
    3. Is the offer that they have forwarded you the best one they can provide?
    4. Are there better offers that might be found elsewhere?
    5. Why are they buying my lease?
    6. What is the impact of selling the lease?

    If you can't answer these questions, then contact us because we can answer them. We have helped many landowners who have been approached to sell their mobile tower lease or mobile site lease and helped them understand the technical and business reasons to sell and not to sell. We won't tell you what you should do as that decision is best left to you and your financial advisor or accountant. But we can provide you with the information needed for you to make a sound decision. Please contact us.

  3. I have an existing lease that I believe is too low, can you help?

    The answer lies within the lease itself. More often than not, you have agreed to a long term lease. The only opportunity to renegotiate existing leases comes if the carrier has breached the lease or the lease is set to expire or you can choose not to renew. Look at your lease- consult with your attorney and if you can renegotiate- contact us. For more details, please see our webpage on the subject.

  4. If you have other questions that have not been answered here, please feel free to contact us.