Why Select Us

CellWaves Gives Landlords More Control and More Value

Wireless carriers and tower companies have negotiators who have each completed hundreds of lease negotiations. Wireless landlords have typically negotiated one wireless lease in their lifetime.  When you negotiated your wireless lease, who controlled the lease language and rent amount? The un-informed landlords do not usually know where to begin because the technology, valuation, pricing, and terms are brand-new to them.  Most likely, the wireless carriers determined the price, set the terms, and used their own lease form produced by their lawyers, which are extremely one-sided as to who they protect.

Even if you wanted to negotiate, what would you change?  What would be your basis for asking for those changes?  What is your reference?  What is the comparable market value?  How did you get that number when wireless leases are confidential and unpublished or recorded anywhere?  Your only choice is to believe in what the site acquisition person, who works for the wireless carriers, tell you what they want you to know.  Do you think they have your interest at heart or their own interest for getting you the lower rent and terms, thereby increasing their own bonus from the carriers?

Industry Expertise

We have been in the industry for a very long time and understand it well.  Our expertise can help landlords get the most out of their assets in the most creative and ingenious ways.  CellWaves will review your lease not based on what you have historically been paid.   Basically, we help you get the most out of your lease.

Detect Traps and Gimmicks

We see landlords lied to by “expert lease purchasers” who cajoled landlords into selling their leases for substantially less than market value.  The internet is filled with “cell tower lease consultants” who have never worked a day in the wireless industry.  Yet, because they worked in a call center and were given a script to read when calling up landlords to buy their leases, ask them for access to the site for modifications, etc… that they have become “experts” in the wireless industry and now trying to fool you to hire them with fancy words falsifying their background.