TIPS ON NEGOTIATING PIPELINE EASEMENTS

Posted by Randy Watson on Friday, March 23rd, 2012 at 1:34pm.

RED ZONE: TIPS ON NEGOTIATING PIPELINE EASEMENTS

COLLEGE STATION (Real Estate Center) – Natural gas drilling in Texas’ shale regions may be lucrative for mineral rights owners, but it can be a headache for landowners with surface rights who are unprepared to negotiate with pipeline companies.

On this week's Real Estate Red Zone podcast, Real Estate Center attorney Judon Fambrough offers landowners tips on negotiating gas pipeline easements and walks them through the condemnation process.

Also, Bryan Pope and Edie Craig cover the latest real estate news out of Rockport, Pflugerville, Pharr, Houston, Dallas, Austin and Waco.

You can listen to the free podcast from your computer by going to recenter.tamu.edu/podcast and clicking the “play” button beneath each episode. To subscribe, click on the RSS feed found on the podcast page. You can also subscribe through iTunes and download each episode to your ipod.


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1 Response to "TIPS ON NEGOTIATING PIPELINE EASEMENTS"

Jonathan @ Rentals in Destin wrote:
Thanks for the links to the podcast. As you mentioned, it is something that many surface landowners are not prepared to deal with and every little bit of information helps.

Posted on Monday, April 30th, 2012 at 1:51pm.



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