Mineral rights land
Oil can be found in regions throughout the U.S. and because it’s the world’s most important energy source, it's very valuable. Here's how to find out if there's oil on your land.
Just because you own property, it doesn’t mean you own the minerals. The U.S. is one of the few countries that allows individuals to take ownership of and profit from mineral rights.
A common mistake land buyers make is being unprepared. Knowledge is power. Researching a property by answering these questions can help ensure you make a good investment.
Landmen are the catalysts that make the oil and gas industry happen and have played a key role in American history. Surprisingly, many people have never heard of them.
Making these improvements on your land will not only raise the value, but make it more enjoyable and offer greater capability for you or a potential buyer.
The price of an acre of land is volatile based on several variables. While valuing land is not an exact science, armed with some critical facts, it can be a great investment.
Water has a major effect on the environment, landscape, and survival for plants, animals, and humans. Since water is vital for life, it’s important that we take actions to preserve it.
From private bison herds and massive timberland forests to iconic ranches and the largest private, contiguous tract in the U.S., these landowners’ portfolios are extraordinary.
Land remains a popular investment and wealthy people continue to snatch it up. A large portion of the U.S. is owned by a few people, and there’s a chance you’ve never heard of them.