Deed or Title Issues
Some title issues can make investing in a property risky, in effect taking predictability out of the equation. If the property owner recently passed away, the real estate they owned may be tied up in probate for six months or more before the title can be transferred to an heir. It may be extremely difficult for a title company to issue title insurance for properties where a severe form of title defect exists. If a property is owned by a wildlife conservancy or conservation trust, deed or administrative restrictions likely prohibit wireless facility development on the land. More is discussed about title issues and insurance in Module 18 Title Insurance Commitment.
Does the access road cross other property parcels so that separate agreements are necessary with adjacent property owners? If this is the case, an additional easement may need to be secured at an additional cost. The adjacent property owner might not even allow such an easement.