Government Seized Car Auction Information

June 4, 2010 · Posted in Government Repossession Auctions 

Government Repossession Auctions sell an array of everything from vehicles to furniture. They auction off any surplus property that they no longer need. Like police seized auctions, government car auctions will also sell seized cars from law enforcement agencies. These two types of auctions are very similar – a police seized auction is simply a specific type of a government seized auction. The good news is that both of these auctions are completely open to the public. A government auction is likely to carry a wider spectrum of goods (vehicles, furniture, computers, etc), however, you will have an equal chance of finding a prime vehicle at either auction. It is important, though, to find out what type of auction you want to attend. A general property auction is a government auction that sells an array of items, as mentioned previously. In larger cities, there are specific government auctions that specialize in vehicles only. To find government surplus auction, take a look at GSA.gov. Be aware, though, that this website does not list all local, county, and city auctions. For a thorough list of auctions around the country, register at Gov-Auctions.org

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