Timing is Everything
The demand is driven by the carriers and where coverage is needed.When a carrier identifies an area requiring additional antennas, multiple property owners will be approached. That might be other MDUs or commercial sites. Often, property owners are solicited by a third-party company that procures leases on behalf of a carrier.
If an owner is slow to act, the leasing opportunity might be lost to another property in the same area who signed the leasing agreement first. Choice has systems in place to proactively manage this opportunity. We are continually circulating property lists with third party and cellular companies who are searching for new device locations.
Impact to Residents
Today, antennas can be visually unobtrusive and can look like part of the building architecture. For example, a false dormer might be installed on a building to disguise an internal antenna.
Savvy contract negotiations and management can minimize property inconvenience. The antenna installation will require construction and the carrier will require periodic access to their equipment for service and maintenance.
Understand Your Lease
Your properties may hold the key for valuable ancillary income. Careful evaluation of the terms of your lease is imperative. In these negotiations, Choice represents and protects your goals and interests such as access rights, aesthetic appeal, roof damage and zoning requirements while maximizing revenue opportunities.
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