Get access to Capital by cashing in on the equity of your wireless cell tower or data center leases. Request a free Wireless Site Valuation to see how much your telecom site is worth.
Enter your current monthly rent and instantly see your estimated telecommunications easement value.
To get capital of up to 18x your annual rent and obtain a Letter of Intent (LOI), complete the form and we will have an official offer to you within 72 hours.
After you complete your request for tower capital, our staff will prepare your investment package and submit it to our telecom investor network.
Once your assigned Site Advisor receives the valuation, they will work with you to obtain the highest price possible for your site and present the LOI to you for review and signature.
When you’re ready to move forward, your LOI will be sent to you for electronic signature (via docusign) and escrow will be opened.
During escrow, your Director will work with you to obtain any documents needed to complete the transfer. This may include lease documents, carrier or lender information, etc.
Once the transfer documents are complete, funds will be wired to escrow and the documents will be recorded by our title company. After escrow has closed, funds will be wired to your account within 24-48 hours.
If there is no mortgage on the property, we can complete the transfer and have funds to you within 14 days after all due diligence items are received.
If there is a mortgage on the property or other lease restrictions, the escrow process will likely be between 30-90 days depending on your lien holders.
Telecom Capital Values
The estimated capital cell tower owners can access is between sixteen to eighteen times the annual revenue.
The amount of unsecured capital you receive from an easement conversion depends on the rent being received under the existing lease, the escalation rate, the wireless carriers on your property, the terms of the lease, the cell tower or rooftop antenna location, the duration of the period for which our investor has the right to collect cell site rent on the property, and a number of other variables that make up our risk assessment.