Fiber access to properties and buildings is the foundation for all high speed telecom services including Internet Services, wireless services, 4G, 5G, DAS and WIFI6. Property Owners need to control fiber access to obtain fair future rents for telco operations in and on their properties.
It’s not “Fair” Market Rent (FMV) – it’s Location Fair Rent. Cell carriers without locations – are without rents. Remember – Location Location Location Cell carriers are huge in Location. Cell Antenna utility licenses have huge Location Value. Most owners just sign it away. Wonder what your cell site Location is worth? Find out with Read more about WHAT IS FAIR MARKET RENT FOR CELL ANTENNA SITES IN CANADA[…]
Looking for comparable cell lease rates in Canada as there is little public information on current cell antenna rates for ROgers, Telus & Bell. Carriers use confidentiality clauses and legal notices to keep the sharing of this information to a minumum. This makes it difficut to negotiate renewals and new leases at any time. Carriers Read more about Canada Rent Index Map – the Landlord’s Best Negotiation Tool[…]
Landlords can be concerned about cell sites. The time to review is on renewal or new license. As an owner or property manager the option to lease out to several different providers on your rooftop is a viable and strategic revenue generating opportunity. Establishing multiple cell antenna contracts with the different providers: Telus, Rogers(Fido), Bell, Read more about Concerned About Your Cell Site?[…]
Shaw buys Wind, Bell Buys MTS – Opportunities for Landlords This means new sites, new equipment, new licensed antennas and new opportunities for landlords. Expect to see a lot of activity in BC, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. Telus is now looking for more sites in Manitoba. Why – Telus sites will now carry Bell as Read more about Shaw buys Wind, Bell Buys MTS – Opportunities for Landlords[…]