Fair Offer
to Sell Oil and Gas Royalties

Do you want a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties?  This guide will explain everything you need to know. We’ll walk you through step by step and show you how to get a fair offer.  At the end you can fill out a quick form and we’ll provide you with a free evaluation of your property!

Getting a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties

Before you sell oil and gas royalties below market value you need to avoid a common mistake. We see mineral owners fall into the same trap over and over.  When a mineral owner decides to sell two things typically happen.

  1.  They receive an offer to sell oil and gas royalties in the mail
  2. They decide to sell their property one day and seek out some options online

In both of these scenarios mineral owners fall into the same trap. They accept the first or second offers to sell royalties. Why is this is a bad thing?   When you accept the first or second offer you are likely leaving thousands of dollars on the table.   When most mineral owners fill out the free evaluation form at the bottom of this page they tell us they got an offer for $X dollars. Let’s pretend it’s $10,000.  More often than not a real fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties is significantly higher.  That same person could sell oil and gas royalties for $12,000 or even $15,000 simply by doing it the right way.

So how do you ensure that you get a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties? The best way is to get your property in front of thousands of buyers quickly. Just like listing your home on the MLS alerts buyers your home is on the market, you can do the same thing when you sell oil and gas royalties.

To get your oil and gas royalties listed on the MLS of mineral rights, head over to US Mineral Exchange. Listing your property with a reputable company provides you with two key benefits.

  1.  You will quickly get multiple offers for your property
  2.  You ensure that you’re working with reputable buyers who will pay fair prices

To get a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties listing at US Mineral Exchange is your best possible option. We have spoken to numerous mineral owners who listed their property at US Mineral Exchange and sold for a much higher price than their initial offer.

Estimating a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties

Whether you have an offer to sell oil and gas royalties in your hand or not, it helps to have some idea of how much they are worth. Before you even begin the process to sell oil and gas royalties you want a rough idea on how much they are worth. Each buyer will evaluate your property differently.  However, we have found that most buyers will estimate the value between 4 years to 6 years times the average amount you receive each month. To see if you have a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties, simply enter the average amount you receive each month in this calculator:

Marcellus Mineral Owners

ROYALTY CALCULATOR

Most buyers will pay between 4 years and 6 years of production based on the average monthly royalty check you receive. Enter your average monthly royalty check below to see how much your royalty could be worth.

Once you have an idea about what a fair offer to sell oil and gas royalties you’re in much better shape. This allows you to avoid selling below market value!   Even still, there are a lot of things to know about selling your property.

Free Consultation

If you own mineral rights and have questions, fill out the free consultation form below.  We can help you with the following questions:

No matter what question you have regarding your mineral rights, we can help!  We usually respond to your inquiry within 1 to 2 hours!

Whether you want to sell mineral rights, determine mineral rights value, or simply have some basic questions regarding your mineral rights ownership, fill out the form and we will quickly be in touch.

Free Consultation – Sell Mineral Rights in OH, PA, WV

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