With an estimated population of 2 million, Tarrant County is a large urban county in Texas. It is one of the ten most populated counties in the state and one the ten biggest counties by size (898 square miles). The most common type of land for sale in Tarrant County is hunting land. Recent Lands of Texas data totaled 1,493 acres of land for sale in Tarrant County valued at a combined $69 million, with a median sale price of $219,350. Compared to statewide median land prices, the median price for land for sale in Tarrant County is about 9 percent cheaper than throughout the rest of the state. The city of Fort Worth in Tarrant County featured the most land listings for sale. The average price-per-acre value of land for sale in Tarrant County places the county seventh overall in the state. Tarrant County is located in North Texas, a region comprising 30 counties. North Texas generally refers to the counties in the north-central part of the state, excluding those in the Texas Panhandle. It covers the metro areas of Dallas-Fort Worth and Wichita Falls and their surrounding counties. It is the state's most populous region.