Negotiated Sales Lists
Sales Lists contain parcels that have previously been offered at public auction
but did not sell. These parcels are available for sale from the Commissioner of
State Lands office through a negotiated sale process. If you wish to make an
offer on a parcel in one of these listings you can contact the Real Estate
Division at 501-324-9422 or make a request for a "Offer to Purchase" form by
selecting "Request Form" when viewing the negotiated sales list online. If you
choose to call the office, then you will need to provide the parcel number of
the property you wish to purchase. To view a list online, select a county below.
Negotiated Sales Lists are also available in both Adobe PDF Format and Microsoft
Negotiated Sales List in Adobe PDF Format
Negotiated Sales List in Microsoft Excel Format
The Commissioner of State Lands office has partnered with DataScoutPro.com to
provide county property records to interested parties. This service is provided
free of charge, and is intended to assist you with your parcel research. This
service is available on the auction catalog and negotiated sales list. Click the
parcel number link to view the data. DataScoutPro.com data will display in a
**NEW** Parcel mapping is now available. This
feature is only available in counties that DataScoutPro has GIS data available.
DataScoutPro will provide parcel level mapping on the county property records; also county wide mapping is
provided where available.
Negotiated Sales Classifications
Negotiated sales have three classifications, S2, S3, S4. Please review the
details of each type, before making an offer on a property. Sales that are one
type, may become another type by the time the deed is issued, depending on the
date the parcels was offered at public auction.
- S2 Sales Parcels that were offered at public auction less than
one year ago. These properties require collection of the minimum bid (Assessed
Value) as well as the delinquent real property taxes, interest, penalties and
fees. These sales have a one year litigation period from the date the deed is
- S3 Sales Parcels that were offered at public auction more than
one year ago, and less than two years ago. These sales require the collection of
all delinquent real property taxes, interest, penalties and fees. These sales
have a one year litigation period from the date the deed is issued.
- S4 Sales Parcels that were offered at public auction more than
two years ago. The Commissioner may consider all reasonable offers. These sales
have a 90 day litigation period from the date the deed is issued.
Commissioner of State Lands
109 State Capitol Bldg - Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Phone: 501-324-9422 | Fax: 501-324-9421
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