We provide an easy and effective way for mineral rights and royalty Sellers/Owners to create, edit and publish mineral rights and royalty ads ("Basic Ads") for free. No contracts, commissions or fees. After the initial ad term, Basic Ads expire. Register here to post a new ad.
Ad Information for Sellers
Do you own a small or large mineral rights interest? If you do, you are our target audience. Buyers are interested in mineral tracts and mineral titles of all sizes - producing or non-producing. If you are one of the 20+ million (est.) owners of oil and gas mineral rights in North America, this site is for you. Ads are free for property Sellers. Buyers subscribe to see full ads and then contact Sellers directly.
We provide Sellers with two options to advertise their mineral rights and royalty interests.
Basic Ads are free for the initial term of 30 days. After 29 days you will get a notice to renew and update or delete your ad. If renewed, Basic Ads will continue for free for subsequent 30 day periods. Sellers can create and publish multiple Basic Ads with no cost or obligation. Our AdManager system allows Sellers to create, edit or delete Basic Ads or upgrade their Basic Ad to a Featured Ad anytime. Register here to begin.
Featured Ad - Upgrade Anytime
Make your ad more visible to Buyers by upgrading to a Featured Ad anytime in the AdManager screen of your account. Once you LOGIN to your account, upgrade your Basic Ad to a Featured Ad for $9.95 USD (+ tax). Payment is made using the secure PayPal system. Featured Ads run on our site pages for 45 days, receive priority review and approval, free edits and a stock image to enhance your ad.
Need an Agent? We Can Help Market and Sell Your Mineral Rights
If you need an agent to assit you with writing an ad and dealing with inquiries, go to www.baycrestenergy.com and contact us. We will build and monitor your ad and help you close a sale. We charge a success-fee of 6% of the sale proceeds.
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