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Leasing Cell Tower Sites
A profitable business opportunity is leasing cell tower sites. Owners of property such as tall buildings or high altitude terrain may be approached by cell phone companies. Phone companies need to place their signal relay stations in high locations. Because of the large number of sites required for a cell phone network and the cost of land, leasing cell tower sites is typically how phone companies fill out their phone grids. Although the original land owner is the person that the phone company approaches for leasing cell tower sites, it is possible to buy cell tower leases from the original owner. The new owner can continue leasing cell tower sites and collect the income. He or she can also profit from flipping these investments. If this sort of investment opportunity interests you, read more about leasing cell tower sites and consider taking the short course offered by Cell Tower Gold.
Cell Phone Tower Sites
Cell phone networks use relay stations called mobile phone masts or base receiver stations. The company must put these cell sites close enough to each other so that there is a uniform signal and no gaps in reception throughout the cell phone grid. Although phone companies own a few percent of these relay stations the cost would be prohibitive to own all of them. So, leasing cell tower sites is the industry norm. Property and lease owners earn a lease payment which commonly increases year by year to keep up with inflation. Where are these sites in your area? Drive around and look up. They are on the tops of tall building, free standing towers, and hilltops. You can go online at www.AntennaSearch.com to find sites as well. The first step in profitably leasing cell tower sites is to find them and their owners.