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Mineral Deed

Oil and Gas Mineral Deeds What is a mineral deed? A mineral deed is the document that is used to convey ownership of mineral rights from one party to another party.  The mineral deed is the final step in the process of selling mineral rights.  The mineral deed will be recorded at the county as proof that the ownership has transferred from one party to another. Generally speaking, the mineral rights deed is a standard document.  However, there are some basic things you need to understand about the mineral rights deed. Important: If you received a mineral[...]

By |June 1, 2022|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments

Leasing Mineral Rights

Leasing Mineral Rights Curious about leasing mineral rights?  We explain everything you need to know about leasing mineral rights in Texas.  This information also applies to leasing mineral rights in any state. Before you lease mineral rights there are some important things to understand.  After reading this article you will understand: What a mineral lease is Important lease terms How to lease your mineral rights What is a fair offer to lease mineral rights How to negotiate a mineral rights lease How a mineral right lease effects mineral rights value What is a mineral rights lease?[...]

By |May 9, 2022|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments

Closing Process

Closing Process Our closing process is designed to protect both the mineral buyer and mineral owner. To learn more about how we close transactions please see the closing steps below.  If you have any questions or concerns about this closing process please let us know before you submit a bid. Closing Steps Once the due diligence process is completed and you are ready to move forward with closing, here are the next steps: 1. Mineral Deed:  Please provide us with a copy of the mineral deed in Word format.  We will review the deed and[...]

By |November 15, 2021|Categories: Buyers|0 Comments

Offer Process

Offer Process Before you submit an offer on a listing, please carefully read the information below.  We only accept bids from qualified buyers. Please note that all bids submitted at non-binding until you put a property under contract with the mineral owner. Please do not submit bids directly to the mineral owner.   All listings are exclusive and all bids should be submitted to Texas Royalty Brokers. How to make an Offer? To make an offer, simply review the mineral rights for sale.  At the bottom of each listing is a contact form.  You can submit[...]

By |November 15, 2021|Categories: Buyers|1 Comment

Listing Phases

Listing Phases If you want to buy mineral rights at Texas Royalty Brokers, it's important to understand the listing phases. Our listing phases are designed to make the process of buying mineral rights transparent and fair for mineral buyers.  We designed the process to give each buyer and equal opportunity to analyze a deal and submit a bid. The listing phases below apply to all of our mineral rights listings. Listing Phases Explained Below is an explanation of each listing phase: Listing Posted: Once a listing has been activated on our website, the listing posted[...]

By |November 15, 2021|Categories: Buyers|0 Comments

Inherited Mineral Rights

Inherited Mineral Rights If you inherited mineral rights, you probably have a lot of questions. Mineral rights are complex and there is a lot to know.  This article will guide you through everything you need to know about inheriting mineral rights and what steps to take next. What to do after you inherit mineral rights? There are a few things you should do after inheriting mineral rights. Step 1:  The first thing you need to do is complete the process of getting the mineral rights put in your name legally.  Typically this is done through[...]

By |November 9, 2021|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments

Mineral Owner Mistakes

Mineral Owner Mistakes There are a number of common mineral owner mistakes.  When selling mineral rights, you want to avoid making these mistakes that will cost you thousands of dollars. If you are thinking about selling mineral rights, below is a list of common mineral owner mistakes to avoid. 7 Common Mineral Owner Mistakes Here are the most common mistakes mineral owners make when selling mineral rights in Texas: 1. High Pressure Offers: If a mineral buyer is putting pressure on you to sell, this is a huge red flag.  Why would a mineral buyer[...]

By |November 9, 2021|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments

Mineral Buyers

Mineral Buyers Are you looking for mineral buyers?  We'll show you how to find mineral buyers and how to avoid shady mineral buyers. There are literally thousands of mineral rights buyers in the United States.  If you're thinking about selling mineral rights, don't sell until you consider who the mineral buyer is. A lot of mineral owners sell below market value because the mineral buyer takes advantage of them.  We're going to show you how to find high quality mineral rights buyers who pay the best prices. Mineral Rights Buyers Most mineral owners who are[...]

By |November 2, 2021|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments

Mineral Rights Market

Mineral Rights Market Understanding how the mineral rights market works is important.   The mineral rights market is not the same as traditional markets like the stock market or housing market. Understanding how this market works will help you sell mineral rights for maximum value. How Normal Markets Work While there are a number of markets we could compare, we are going to focus on the housing market.  The reason is that selling mineral rights is the most similar to selling a home. While the housing and mineral rights markets are similar, there are some key[...]

By |October 28, 2021|Categories: Sellers|1 Comment

What to Expect After Listing

What to Expect After Listing You sent us your documentation, signed the listing agreement, and our team setup and activated your listing.  Now what? Our team will immediately get to work actively marketing your mineral rights for sale.  We'll be researching mineral buyers in the area, making phone calls, sending emails, and working hard to generate as much demand as possible for your mineral rights. We do not accept offers for approximately 7 to 10 days after listing.  Why? This gives buyers an equal opportunity to review and analyze your property.  If we began immediately accepting offers, it[...]

By |October 21, 2021|Categories: Sellers|0 Comments
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