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Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions by our members. If you have additional Qs not answered below, please contact us. 

  

 

  Can I change my password?
  Can I walk the property before I place a bid?
  How does the bidding process work?
  When will I find out if my bid has been accepted?
  Are there any "hidden fees"?
  Can we do a long term lease?
  Do we have exclusive rights to hunt the property?
  Can I change my password?
Yes, please feel free to change it to something that you can easily remember. To do so, click on the Edit Profile link at the top of each screen. Change your password by deleting the old one and typing in the one you want to use and remember.
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  Can I walk the property before I place a bid?
Yes, you can scout the property before you place a bid. Contact the territory rep for that lease by phone or email and they will get you a permission sheet allowing you to view the property. Inspection of the property should be foot traffic only and there will be no hunting allowed during the inspection.
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  How does the bidding process work?
To bid on a property, you must be a member. Go to How the Bidding Process Works page to learn more about rules for placing a bid and max bid.
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  When will I find out if my bid has been accepted?
If you bid on a property you will be notified by email immediately following the close of the auction with the results. We will also follow up with a phone call to go over any further questions you may have.
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  Are there any "hidden fees"?
No, the price you bid on for the lease is the only price you pay.
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  Can we do a long term lease?
Yes, we can help set up a long term lease, but the first year is always a one year contract. We want to make sure the lease is a good fit for both you and the landowner before we enter into a multiple year lease.
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  Do we have exclusive rights to hunt the property?
Yes, the landowner has agreed that your group will have the exclusive rights to hunt the property. Exceptions to this will be listed in detail in the description to the property.
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