Can I be forced to sell my 1/3 ownership in a house and property?

Question Details: I recently inherited ownership in a house and roughly 250 acres along with my 2 siblings. The accessed tax value is around 1.5 million. The local real estate company has looked at the property and thinks it would list at that value also. My 2 siblings want to sell but I do not. They have only offered to sell their third to myself at $400,000 each. I cannot afford to buy them out at that asking price. Even if the property was listed at 1.5 M, it doesn't mean we would get that offer so I do not feel the 1.2M family discount is very attractive as that may be what it would bring from any buyer. I offered $250,000 to each but it was not accepted. The property is still in my parents' names and has not been recorded to reflect our names in the courthouse. They have mentioned to force a sale. If I do not wish to sell and cannot afford the price they are asking, can they force me to sell my interest in this property?

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