Vertical Consultants Achieved 193% Immediate Increase in Cell Tower Rent for Church in Hawaii
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Makawao, Hawaii (PRWEB) March 23, 2014
Vertical Consultants is proud to announce the telecom lease-consulting firm was able to successfully negotiate an immediate 193% increase in cell tower rent being received by its client, Po'okela Church, located in Makawao, Hawaii. In addition, the team at Vertical Consutlants was able to restructure their lease to allow for the church to receive a substantial portion of revenues produced from the tower now and going forward.
Hugh Odom, President and Founder of Vertical Consultants, states, "The Vertical Consultants' team is proud to provide Po'okela Church with results positively affecting their bottom line. Knowing and understanding the terms within your cell tower lease is an essential element in receiving full and fair value for telecom companies' use of your property. It is our mission to arm all property owners with information that will afford them opportunities to increase the value of their cell tower leases and we take pride in accomplishing this on a daily basis."
The telecom lease-consulting firm has become a catalyst for positive change in the telecom industry. In 2013, Vertical Consultants averaged an immediate 236% increase in rents being received by its clients, and since 2010, has been able to assist its clients in the recovery of over 300 years worth of combined underpaid, and, in some cases, unpaid rents and other expenses that were rightfully due to these property owners located throughout North America.
Vertical Consultants specializes in issues surrounding the wireless telecom industry and prides itself as a source of information and advocate for property owners. To learn more about Vertical Consultants and how its success provides this allowance, visit http://www.vertical-consultants.com or contact Vertical Consultants at info(at)vertical-consultants(dot)com or 877.456.7552.
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