Mobile Phone Mast: Should you Sell?

9 November 2017

If you are a landlord receiving rent on your mobile phone mast, you may not be aware but there is a different option available for you. You may choose to sell the rent stream to a company such as APWireless.

Decisions, Decisions

It can be a difficult decision on how to proceed with your mobile phone mast. It may be more advantageous to get a lump sum for your mobile phone mast, as this could be used to put towards other purchases or you may prefer to keep receiving rent payments from the operator. Weighing up the options can be difficult. However, it is important to make a decision based on your long-term goals, rather than short-term needs. Consider the long-term investment options first, before you decide.
Your lease

Prior to making any decisions, it is important to take a thorough look at your lease and delve into any loopholes. The greater your understanding of your lease, the clearer you will be on the terms of the agreement and this will help you make the best decision to suit your individual needs.

To sell or not to sell

One of the most attractive options for mobile phone mast landlords is to invest in a mast lease premium. With this option, you don’t need to deal with the telecoms company anymore, which takes a lot of hassle and burden off your shoulders. You will receive a lump sum payment and the investment firm would take the lease over. This can be a much more reliable option, as you never know when a lease could be cancelled and this might leave you in trouble, if you are used to the regular monthly payments.

If you’d like to find out how the leading mobile phone mast lease investment firm can help, just get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to advise you. You can either give us a call or email us at a time to suit you and we’ll provide you with as much information as possible. Lease or sell – you decide, but we will help you make the right decision for you.

Mobile Phone Mast: Should you Sell? was last updated November 28th, 2017 by APWireless UK
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