A Quick Guide on Selling Your Mineral Rights

Selling your mineral rights is a very serious job and you must get yourself acknowledged about what you’re going to lose or gain by selling these rights. If you don’t have any information about the results that you’re going to face after selling your mineral rights, you must get in touch with a knowledgeable lawyer or advisor so that he can explain everything to you about the mineral rights.

After getting acknowledged about selling your mineral rights, the next thing you might be worried about is the right way of selling your mineral rights because it is a very big responsibility. So, if you’re completely familiar with the results that you are going to face and have decided to sell your mineral rights, then you must read this quick guide to selling mineral rights as here you can find essential information about how can you sell your mineral rights.

Here are the important things that you must keep in mind while selling your mineral rights.

Find the high paying client

If you market your property in a local market, you won’t be able to find the high paying clients because there are only a few buyers available in the local market that would try to buy your property at a very cheap rate. So, you must market your property in a large market so that you may obtain better rates. The clients will offer you higher rates to buy your property when you put your property for sale on a wider market because the competition is tough and everybody wants to beat others and avail the opportunity. So, it’s the perfect time for you to take advantage of your mineral rights.

Wait for the right offer

One of the common mistakes that most of the people make while selling their mineral rights is that they sell their property to the first or second client that sends them the offer. You must not get into a hurry. You must wait for different offers and then decide that what type of offer is best for you. Selling the mineral rights is like selling your home. So, you must maintain patience to find the best offer to sell your mineral rights otherwise, you’ll regret your decision after a few years.


Signing the option agreements to sell your mineral rights is another commons mistake that most of the mineral owners make. There is a long time frame set in the option agreements where the buyer gets a lot of time to find another buyer that is willing to pay higher rates than them. So, they buy the property from you at a lower price and then sell it to the next customer at a higher price. So, you must avoid this mistake because if they can find the high paying clients, then what’s wrong with you. You can also conduct proper research to find the high paying clients. Click here and see some other tips on how can you sell your mineral rights.…

CPM Announces Exercise of EMR Warrants

Toronto, May 2, 2016 – Crystal Peak Minerals Inc. (“Crystal Peak” or the “Company”) (TSXV: CPM, OTCQX: CPMMF) is pleased to announce that EMR Capital Resources Fund 1, LP (“EMR”) exercised its full contingent of 34,516,129 warrants at a price of C$0.4243 per common share for gross proceeds of C$14.65 million pursuant to its subscription agreement with the Company (dated May 29, 2015 and available on SEDAR at www.SEDAR.com). In addition, Crystal Peak Minerals is concluding negotiations with EMR for an additional non-brokered, private-placement investment of 12,620,331 common shares (“Common Shares”) at a price of $0.4243 per Common Share for gross proceeds of C$5.35 million (the “Offering”). The Offering remains subject to the execution of definitive agreements and TSX Venture Exchange approval.

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