How do you calculate my offer price?
Many factors impact a purchase offer, including, but not limited to: location, terms of your lease, whether your land is permitted or unitized, production data from surrounding wells, and trends.
How long does the evaluation process take?
Evaluations can take a few hours to a few days depending on how much property you own.
How does selling a portion of my minerals work?
Selling a portion of your minerals gives you an immediate cash payout while maintaining the ability to receive royalty payments if your minerals are produced. You have the option to take a higher guaranteed payout or take the risk on future royalty payments.
If my minerals are already held by production (HBP) from an existing oil or gas well, can I still sell my minerals?
Yes. We can offer you a lump sum in exchange for HBP mineral rights. If you have a shallow, well we can even negotiate for you to keep the shallow well royalties while selling us the undeveloped deep rights.
How long will it take to get my cash payment from the signing of a Purchase Agreement?
Our due diligence process typically takes 60 to 120 days to complete title diligence and prepare necessary paperwork for closing.
I’ve decided to sell all or a portion of my minerals. Now what?
We will agree on a purchase price per acre and begin our due diligence process. This includes conducting a title search at the County Recorder’s office. Once we confirm your net mineral acreage, we will execute a mineral deed and write you a check the same day.
Is there anything I can do to speed up the process?
The more information you can provide regarding your parcel, the faster we can complete due diligence. Please supply original copies of your lease, order for payment, title searches, source documentation, royalty pay stubs, and any other pertinent information.
Can I sell my mineral interest if I have a mortgage on my property?
In most circumstances, yes. Give us a call for specific details on your property.
Will I have to cover any costs?
We cover all costs, from diligence to closing.
Does Appalachian Mineral Partners have affiliated entities?
Yes. Appalachian Mineral Partners has purchased mineral interests under AMP Acquisition, AMP Fund I, LLC, AMP Fund II and III, LP. We are currently buying under our fourth fund, AMP IV, LP.
Is Appalachian Mineral Partners an end-buyer?
Yes. We do not broker deals; we purchase directly from our Fund. Please see our SEC filing for AMP IV, LP.
Can I still sell if I am under lease?