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Wishek Multi-use 160 Acres

Napoleon, North Dakota 58561

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160Acres
160 acres of land that is located between Napoleon and Lehr.  Roughly 100 acres is tillable and while a portion of it is baled.Soil productive is 43.7 with a high of 62 . For all you hunters that enjoy gatherings this property has great duck and goose hunting with a mix of upland game oppurtunity as well as whitetail deer or if you enoy hunting coyotes this is the place for you..
$223,200

Wishek Multi-use 160 Acres

Napoleon, North Dakota 58561
160Acres
160 acres of land that is located between Napoleon and Lehr.  Roughly 100 acres is tillable and while a portion of it is baled.Soil productive is 43.7 with a high of 62 . For all you hunters that enjoy gatherings this property has great duck and goose hunting with a mix of upland game oppurtunity as well as whitetail deer or if you enoy hunting coyotes this is the place for you..
$223,200

Wishek Multi-use 160 Acres

Napoleon, North Dakota 58561
$223,200

Grand Forks County Farmland For Sale

Reynolds, ND, USA, Reynolds, North Dakota 58275

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135.99Acres
Total Acres: 135.99+-Tillable: 128.88+-2019 Discounted R.E. Taxes: $1787.67Weighted Avg Productivity: 77.
 

Grand Forks County Farmland For Sale

Reynolds, ND, USA, Reynolds, North Dakota 58275
135.99Acres
Total Acres: 135.99+-Tillable: 128.88+-2019 Discounted R.E. Taxes: $1787.67Weighted Avg Productivity: 77.

Grand Forks County Farmland For Sale

Reynolds, ND, USA, Reynolds, North Dakota 58275
 

Richland County ND Farmland For Sale

Lidgerwood, ND, USA, Lidgerwood, North Dakota 58053

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313.84Acres
Richland County, ND Farmland For SaleN1/2 Section 13-130-51Approx 313.84 acresTotal Acres: 313.84Farmland Acres: 304.05Tillable: 270.65CRP: 29CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2022Annual CRP Payment: $3319CRP: 4.4CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2022Annual CRP Payment: $496Weighted Avg Productivity: 71.62020 Total Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $3484.
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Richland County ND Farmland For Sale

Lidgerwood, ND, USA, Lidgerwood, North Dakota 58053
313.84Acres
Richland County, ND Farmland For SaleN1/2 Section 13-130-51Approx 313.84 acresTotal Acres: 313.84Farmland Acres: 304.05Tillable: 270.65CRP: 29CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2022Annual CRP Payment: $3319CRP: 4.4CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2022Annual CRP Payment: $496Weighted Avg Productivity: 71.62020 Total Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $3484.
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Richland County ND Farmland For Sale

Lidgerwood, ND, USA, Lidgerwood, North Dakota 58053
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Barnes County Farmland For Sale

Tower City, North Dakota 58071

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Total Acres: 134.6+-Total Acres in CRP: 132+-CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2021Annual CRP Payment: $9855.122021 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $1414.02Weighted Avg Productivity: 56.
 

Barnes County Farmland For Sale

Tower City, North Dakota 58071
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Total Acres: 134.6+-Total Acres in CRP: 132+-CRP Contract Expires: 9-30-2021Annual CRP Payment: $9855.122021 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $1414.02Weighted Avg Productivity: 56.

Barnes County Farmland For Sale

Tower City, North Dakota 58071
 

Grand Forks County, ND Farmland For Sale

Northwood, ND, North Dakota

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423.25Acres
Grand Forks County, ND Farmland For Sale5 Tracts of Land including 2 building SitesTotal Acres: 423.25+-Tillable: 337.55+-Pasture Acres: 42.52+-Total 2020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $4730.66A: Building SiteN780' of E1390' of NW 1/4 Section 32-151-56Approx. 24.89 acres2020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $455.71B: E1/2 SW 1/4 Section 10-150-56Approx 80 acresTillable: 77.33+-2020 Discounted Net R.E.
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Grand Forks County, ND Farmland For Sale

Northwood, ND, North Dakota
423.25Acres
Grand Forks County, ND Farmland For Sale5 Tracts of Land including 2 building SitesTotal Acres: 423.25+-Tillable: 337.55+-Pasture Acres: 42.52+-Total 2020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $4730.66A: Building SiteN780' of E1390' of NW 1/4 Section 32-151-56Approx. 24.89 acres2020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $455.71B: E1/2 SW 1/4 Section 10-150-56Approx 80 acresTillable: 77.33+-2020 Discounted Net R.E.
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Grand Forks County, ND Farmland For Sale

Northwood, ND, North Dakota
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Bowman County 640

TBD, Bowman, North Dakota 58623

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640Acres
When you think wild open North Dakota Country, this is it! Located west of Bowman ND 8 miles to giffin and then 1 mile north to the sw corner point of the property.  The large backward L shaped piece is mostly used to haying today. lots of tonage to be baled up.
$800,000

Bowman County 640

TBD, Bowman, North Dakota 58623
640Acres
When you think wild open North Dakota Country, this is it! Located west of Bowman ND 8 miles to giffin and then 1 mile north to the sw corner point of the property.  The large backward L shaped piece is mostly used to haying today. lots of tonage to be baled up.
$800,000

Bowman County 640

TBD, Bowman, North Dakota 58623
$800,000
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Put North Dakota On Your List Of Places To Retire

Put North Dakota On Your List Of Places To Retire

Florida may be the go-to state when talking about places to retire, but depending on what you’re looking for it may be time to reconsider the place where you want to settle down. If you enjoy tightknit communities and being in nature then hear us out on why the Peace Garden State may be the perfect place for you. Cozied right up next to Canada, this Midwestern state has just about everything an outdoor explorer could want from “birding to biking” to cultural celebrations and access to national and state parks. Curious what North Dakota has to offer? read more…

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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in North Dakota. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in North Dakota for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

More than 90% of North Dakota land is planted in crops. Most of the nation’s cereal grains come from the Flickertail State and most of its sugar beets as well. This is Great Plains territory, located at the geographic center of North America and covered in vast grasslands where native trees are few and far between.

Jobs in North Dakota have traditionally outnumbered those willing to take them. In recent years an oil boom in the western part of the state has exacerbated the economic imbalance and sent land prices out of sight around Williston. Oil has been extracted from the shale of the Bakken Formation here since the 1950s but advances in technology with hydraulic fracturing have now made access to the estimated four billion gallons of crude economically feasible. Good news for landowners, not land buyers.

North Dakota banks fewer tourism dollars than any other state. That means plenty of folks are missing out on Lake Sakakawea, the third-largest man-made lake in the country, on the Missouri River and the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Dakota Badlands. The future President came to North Dakota as a young man to rebuild his health after the near-simultaneous deaths of his wife and mother.

The clean air and rugged outdoor lifestyle that attracted Teddy Roosevelt in the 1880s is still in evidence in North Dakota today. There are more golf courses per capita here than in any other state and the coulees and buttes of the grasslands attract energetic hikers and horseback riders. Hunters can scout for land near the state’s three national wildlife refuges and endless fields of grain that attract birds.

Frequently Asked Questions

North Dakota is a state situated in the northern region of the United States. It is a part of the Midwestern region of the country. Bismarck is the capital of the state and Fargo is the largest city in the state. Minot, Grand Forks, Williston, and Mandan are some important cities. South Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota are its neighboring states. It also shares a border with Canada.

Some Facts About North Dakota

  • North Dakota has the second-lowest unemployment rate in the United States.
  • Maza is the smallest city in North Dakota. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 5 people. It is a city and not a town. This is because the state has no towns and villages. All the places are cities irrespective of population.
  • Sunflowers are grown the most in North Dakota. The state is also famous for its durum wheat. Most of the pasta in the country is made with this wheat.
  • In terms of governance, the state is doing a fantastic job. In fact, in 2012, the state was named as the best-run state.
  • The state has the most number of churches per capita. It also has the highest percentage of people going to churches.
  • Flickertail State, Peace Garden State, and Roughrider State are some nicknames of the state.

Why should you buy a property or house in North Dakota?

North Dakota is an amazing state and very peaceful. The pace of life might be slow but you will make friends for life. People are friendly and willing to lend you a hand when in need. The scenic beauty will leave you astonished. Having the second-lowest unemployment rate in the country, you will find plenty of employment opportunities in various fields. Housing prices are low thereby allowing people to find a house within their budget.

How Is The Climate In North Dakota?

North Dakota has a continental climate. Winters are cold and harsh. Summers are warm. On average, the state experiences 19 inches of rain and 39 inches of snow. July is the hottest month of the year with the temperature nearing 82 Degrees Fahrenheit. On the other hand, January is the coldest month with a temperature nearing 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Blizzards also occur sometimes in the winter. Humidity and precipitation decrease as one moves from east to west.

What Is The Cost Of Living In North Dakota?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base and considered as 100. Each state is then assigned an index and this index is compared with the base. An index above 100 indicates that the state is more expensive than most states and an index less than 100 indicates otherwise. The cost of living in North Dakota is 89. This indicates that it is cheaper to live in North Dakota than most other states. Transportation and housing are the biggest factors contributing to bringing this index down.

How is the Real Estate Market Doing in North Dakota?

The real estate market in North Dakota is cool right now. The average value of a house in North Dakota is $235,000. This value has increased by 2% from last year’s values. It is further expected that the values are going to rise by 1% next year. The average price of a house listed in the state is $219,650. The average price of rent is $1,295. As a lot of land is available in North Dakota for sale, it should not be difficult for anyone to buy land or a house in this lovely state.

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