North Dakota land auctions
Find land auctions in North Dakota including public land auctions, farmland auctions, residential lot auctions, and other real estate for bid online. If you're auctioning land nearby browse land brokers in North Dakota who can get you the best price for your real estate.
North Dakota land stats
- Total acres on market: 160
- Average listing age: 41
- Average acreage per listing: 160
North Dakota land overview
With farms and ranches everywhere, North Dakota is one of the most rural states in the U.S. Most of the land that makes up the Peace Garden State was acquired from France in 1803 as part of the 530 million-acre Louisiana Purchase. This territory is known as the Great Plains, making North Dakota home to some incredibly vast landscapes and geography. From fertile farmland, rolling hills, and winding rivers, to flat-top buttes, sweeping grasslands, and the unique rock formations of the Badlands, it's easy to see why Teddy Roosevelt fell in love with the rugged lifestyle that makes this state well-known. North Dakota is also home to a wide range of mineral resources. In 2018, it was the nation's 2nd-largest oil producer behind Texas. This has caused property prices to skyrocket in certain western parts of the state. Wildlife refuges, scenic trails, recreation areas, and several state parks make North Dakota a fascinating state to explore.