ADD EV CHARGING TO YOUR PROPERTY

We’ll connect you directly with EV Charging companies!

How It Works

Compare options between multiple charging companies. Purchase your own equipment for 100% revenue share or lease your site out to top EV Charging hosts.

List Your Site

Share a few property details and submit your property to our site directory.

Compare Revenue Share Options

We’ll build a customized solution that fits your goals from top EV Charging partners.

Syndicate Your Site

We’ll send your listing directly to decision-makers at the top EV Charging Companies.

Get an Offer

Receive direct responses from companies interested in leasing your site or special discounts on purchasing your own equipment.

Lease Negotiation and Site Management

Utilize our network of experienced utility infrastructure consultants and managers to negotiate your new lease and manage your utility tenant.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about leasing your property? We’ve got you covered.

SiteBid’s infrastructure marketplace streamlines the site identification and lease option agreement process for the utility infrastructure industry. If you’re a property owner looking to lease your land or rooftop, submit your site to our network of Wireless Carriers, EV Charging Companies, infrastructure builders, and utility companies today!

Leasing your property to a EV Charging company can be a lucrative arrangement if you have a location that is has substantial “dwell” time. Here are the steps to lease your property to an EV Charging Company:

  1. Evaluate Your Property: First, assess your property to determine if it has the attributes that would make it appealing to an EV Charging Company. This includes factors like location, dwell time, accessibility, and zoning regulations. EV Charging companies typically look for locations with high traffic and where consumers spend 2+ hours.
  2. List Your Property: Add your property to the SiteBid directory for free. Just share a few property details to get your site listed and begin exposing your property to potential tenants and investors.
  3. Market your Listing: Utilize our marketing syndication platform and we’ll build a customized offering memorandum for your property which you can share with interested parties. We’ll send your listing directly to decision-makers. You’ll receive direct responses from companies interested in leasing your site.
  4. Consult with Professionals: Consider consulting with professionals like real estate agents, attorneys, or consultants who specialize in utility lease agreements. They can help you navigate the complex negotiation process and ensure you get a fair deal.
  5. Appraisal and Site Survey: An EV Charging Company may conduct a site survey and appraisal of your property to assess its suitability. They will evaluate factors to determine its value for their network.
  6. Negotiate Terms: Negotiate the terms of the lease agreement with the EV Charging Company. Key considerations include the duration of the lease, rental rate, escalation clauses, maintenance responsibilities, and any restrictions or conditions imposed by the EV Charging Company.
  7. Legal Review: Have the lease agreement reviewed by a qualified attorney with experience in EV Charging leases. They can ensure that the terms are fair and legally sound.
  8. Insurance and Liability: Ensure that the lease agreement includes provisions for insurance coverage and liability protection. EV Charging Companies typically require property owners to carry liability insurance to cover any accidents or damages related to the EV Charging infrastructure.
  9. Permits and Zoning: Work with local authorities to obtain any necessary permits and ensure that your property complies with local zoning regulations for EV Charging Station.
  10. Installation: Once the lease agreement is signed and all necessary approvals are obtained, the EV Charging Company will proceed with the installation of their equipment on your property. This may include the construction of the EV Charger or the installation of other equipment.
  11. Rent Payment: Receive regular rent payments from the EV Charging Company as stipulated in the lease agreement. Payments may be made monthly, quarterly, or annually, depending on the terms of the agreement.
  12. Maintenance and Compliance: Ensure that you and the EV Charging Company fulfill your respective maintenance and compliance obligations as outlined in the lease agreement.
  13. Termination and Renewal: The lease agreement should specify conditions under which either party can terminate the agreement and the process for renewing it when it expires.

Leasing your property to an EV Charging Company can provide a steady stream of income, but it’s important to approach the process carefully and with professional guidance to ensure you get a fair deal and protect your interests.