Oil and gas investments are often associated in investors' minds almost entirely with wealth, and not just with creating it. Investors often believe that a significant amount of wealth is required just to gain entrance into these fields.
In particular, mineral rights investments, which involve purchasing the rights to the minerals below the surface of the earth, and then leasing those rights to companies who wish to obtain those minerals, is often thought to be reserved for investors with high levels of wealth and with many millions of dollars in assets.
However, if you are interested in investing in minerals (and there are many good reasons to consider this course of action) but feel that doing so is out of your reach, you may want to think again. A new opportunity through Redhawk is making mineral rights investments available to accredited investors who are not super rich. Here is how.
Investing in minerals through Redhawk is available to accredited investors.
At Redhawk, our Minerals Fund II project is open to any accredited investor. This means that anyone who meets Regulation D requirements for income or assets can participate in our minerals fund project. These requirements are fairly low, allowing investors who do not have many millions of dollars to spend to still enjoy the wealth generating advantages of investing in minerals.
Instead of requiring huge assets, Regulation D requirements require that individuals have a certain level of income ($200,000 for an individual investor or $300,000 if investing as a couple) over the course of two years or possess a net worth (excluding private residence equity) greater than $1,000,000. These requirements, and Redhawk's ability to offer investment opportunities to individuals who meet them, open the door to investing in minerals to people who may never have considered themselves wealthy enough to pursue oil and gas investments.
Determining whether or not you meet these requirements is accomplished by means of a simple accreditation process. Thanks to the fact that our mineral rights project is available to investors who have been approved through this process, even individuals who are not super wealthy have the chance to invest in minerals.
If you think you may meet the requirements for accreditation, do not hesitate to reach out to Redhawk. With many years of experience in the oil and energy field, we can guide you through the accreditation process and help you become part of our new and exciting Minerals Fund II project.
Investing in minerals through Redhawk only requires a small investment.
Many mineral rights investment opportunities require a starting investment of at least $500,000. For investors who are not extremely wealthy, this level of commitment can be out of reach, limiting their access to these projects and leaving mineral rights investments only in the hands of those who have significant capital.
However, mineral rights investments through Redhawk require a much smaller minimum investment, making them far more accessible to individuals who are not super rich but who want to enjoy access to the low risk environment, potential wealth creation, and other advantages these opportunities offer.
For example, at Redhawk, a full investment unit in our new Minerals Fund II project is only $50,000, a tenth that of many similar projects. In addition, for a limited time, we are also offering a quarter-unit investment minimum of $12,500. These minimums mean that accredited investors have the opportunity to participate in these projects.
Investing in minerals with Redhawk does not require technical expertise.
The world of oil and gas investments can seem overwhelming to inexperienced or new investors. Grasping the lingo, understanding the risks, figuring out the right time to invest, finding the right opportunities, and so forth can feel like it requires learning a whole new language and navigating a confusing maze of information. For many investors, the amount of technical expertise required to understand and profitably engage in oil and gas investments can make them feel out of reach.
However, investing in minerals with Redhawk does not require technical expertise, complicated calculations or understanding lots of data. Instead, investing in minerals can be a wise choice for non technical investors looking for an opportunity that is straightforward, profitable, and easily accessed. In fact, if you want to learn more about mineral rights investments, here are some of the most important facts you need to know.
Investing in minerals is not out of reach for most accredited investors. Instead, it can be an accessible, low-cost, and easy to understand method of entering the world of oil and gas investments.
Redhawk's new Minerals Fund II project is open to accredited investors who may not have unlimited capital to spend. Low minimum investments are available, including a quarter-unit investment minimum available for a limited time. With a minimal amount of technical expertise required, the project offers accredited investors an exciting opportunity to enter the world of oil and gas investments. It can allow you to enjoy access to a project that has a similar potential for success as our Minerals Fund I project, making it a good choice for any investor looking for a way to build their wealth with oil and gas.
If you have any questions about the new project, or wish to become a part of it, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We have many hard-earned years' of experience in oil and gas investments and a strong track record of success. That success includes our Redhawk Minerals Fund I project, which is now exceeding expectations with 50 wells already producing from minerals the fund owns and pre drilling permit activity on 62 units where the partnership owns minerals. That is what you call “traction” after only a little over a year from its closing.
We have the ability to help you build wealth through mineral investments, as well as the ability to make these investments accessible. Mineral rights with Redhawk are not out of reach.
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