The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog’s due diligence service for real estate investors, or property owners may be the comprehensive of its type being offered in the United States. The group is expanding its real estate services to now include property owners in Ohio, Pennsylvania, or other states, who have been offered, or soon will be offered money to sell their mineral rights to a energy company, or companies that simply acquire mineral, or oil and gas rights, that are little more than speculators betting on price increases in oil, or gas prices. The group says, “We are aware that Pennsylvania, and Ohio are hotbeds for oil, or energy companies buying up mineral rights from landowners, or farmers, that have significant acreage. Unfortunately, we also saw the atmospherics of the Wild West, where landowners may have sold their mineral rights for far less than they should have, and or the contract to purchase the oil, gas, or mineral rights did not have proper safeguards for the landowner. We are changing all of this with a revolutionary service designed to make certain landowners in Ohio, Pennsylvania, or other states, do not get shortchanged, and or the contract to sell the mineral rights, contains all of the proper safeguards to protect the landowner, and their property.” For more information about their mineral rights, and or their oil, and gas rights landowners services, property owners are encouraged to contact the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog at 866-714-6466, for their unparalleled services. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
After watching a virtual gold rush to gobble up mineral rights, that in fact are oil, and gas rights in Pennsylvania, and Ohio, the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is in the final stages of assembling teams of the best oil, and gas mineral rights attorneys, along with geologists, and other vital players needed to insure, when a landowner sells the mineral rights to their Ohio, or Pennsylvania property, there are proper safeguards built into the mineral rights sale, designed to protect the landowner, and to insure they are getting fair market value for their mineral rights. The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “At this moment we have the atmospherics of the Wild West, when it comes to landowners selling away the rights to oil, gas, or mineral rights, and we think unfortunately many landowners are selling their mineral rights for less than they should. Further, we think the potential US natural gas boom is not limited to just Ohio, or Pennsylvania, so we are trying to assemble national, or regional legal teams, that have the expertise to protect the landowners for unforeseen issues that might develop, such as environmental issues, or restoration of the property after drilling, or fracking has been completed. At the same time, we want to make certain property owners in Pennsylvania, Ohio or other US states get top dollar for their mineral, or oil, and gas rights, provided the property is located in an area with established reserves, or anticipated reserves.” For more information landowners in Ohio, Pennsylvania, or other states are encouraged to contact the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466, for their unparalleled real estate services, designed to protect property owners, who could literally be sitting on a gold mine. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com
The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog believes the future of America’s energy future is in its natural gas, or coal reserves, and the group believes it makes extremely good sense to exploit these resources to diminish, or all together eliminate our need for oil from the Middle East. The group believes in win, win situations where property owners in places like Ohio, Pennsylvania and many other states have the ability to sell their mineral, or oil, and gas rights for top dollar, and at the same time have the assurance the oil, or gas companies will provide the landowner, or owners with proper safeguards for the use of their property. The group says, “We want to make certain property owners get the best value for their mineral rights, or oil, and gas rights, and at the same time we want to make certain the property owner is protected in every possible way. We also believe in collaborations, where oil, or gas exploration companies can have the largest possible field, for their exploration, and development, so that it makes economic sense for them as well.” The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, “Part of the problem right now with states like Pennsylvania, or Ohio, is you have middlemen mineral rights grabbers, who are not providing property owners with anything close to fair market value, and the mineral rights purchase agreements are a joke, that offer little protection for the landowners. We intend to change this, by leveling the playing field for everyone from the landowner, to the oil, or gas exploration company.” For more information interested parties can always call the Wall Street Fraud Watchdog, to learn about their unsurpassed real estate services at 866-714-6466. http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com.
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