I already have a property manager that manages my building, why should I hire Adame Consulting to manage my rooftop? Our in depth knowledge of telecom license agreements, FCC Rules, FAA Regulations, and Public Utility Codes are areas of expertise not commonly known or understood by most real estate professionals. Building owners benefit from increased revenues and property managers benefit from having a telecom industry resource just a phone call away.
How is Adame Consulting different from the competition? Size matters. You certainly have a choice to do business with a much larger company, but the global competitors own towers, thousands and thousands of them that will compete directly with your asset. Rooftops can get overlooked especially when commingled with thousands of sites tied to predetermined business terms associated with an MLA (hereinafter defined). The real difference is service you can trust. Adame Consulting is committed to provide the best customer service possible with the client’s best interest at the forefront of every decision involving your property.
What is a Master License Agreement (“MLA”)? An MLA is a contract, typically used by tower companies and wireless carriers, containing predetermined business terms to cover multiple installations, regardless of location or market. The theory behind the MLA: predetermined rates and legal terms get the carrier installed quicker and the landlord sees dollars sooner. We disagree because the zoning and permitting process play a larger role in time delays than the actual license negotiation. Unlike towers, all buildings are not created equally, nor should they be covered by one set of covenants. At Adame Consulting, we view each installation individually and negotiate each license agreement based on owner requirements, building amenities, and particular market to achieve maximum earning potential and asset protection.
Why not use my real estate broker to market my rooftop and negotiate a lease agreement? Your leasing broker may do it, but I think you are here because your broker hasn’t or doesn’t know how.
I received an extension inquiry from one of my rooftop tenants representatives asking to renegotiate the terms of their rooftop agreement. The company contacting me calls constantly and speaks with a sense of urgency for me to respond. Should I be concerned? Yes, its called harassment and we are experts at handling this type of inquiry without worry of termination of your wireless carrier contract.