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Government Auctions - How to Buy Seized and Surplus Property Sales At Below Market Value - Houses Cars Boats and More - List of Web Sites

June 20th 2006

Government Auctions - How to Buy Seized and Surplus Property Sales At Below Market Value - Houses Cars Boats and More - List of Web Sites

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There are some great deals to be found at government auctions.  Billions of dollars of seized property are sold each year at government auctions, including furniture, cars, real estate, tools, boats and pretty much everything under the sun. You will need to pay with cash in most instances.  They will usually accept credit cards as well but some agencies will not accept a personal check. 

There are numerous agencies with power to seize and sell property.  Plus, the government holds auctions for surplus goods, including army surplus property, office furniture and more.  There are various mailing lists you can join that will inform you of these auctions.


The General Service Administration has pre-owned government cars, vans and other vehicles for sale.  The United States Marshals Service has cars, homes and other property they auction off month to month.  You can check with their website for dates and times.

Not to be outdone by the other agencies the Department of Justice has their own seized vehicles auctions too.  The States also have their own government auctions with their own departments auctioning off furniture, cars and anything else they want to get rid of.


The Department of Defense has tons of surplus goods as well.  You can find plumbing supplies, aircraft parts, industrial equipment, cameras, and pretty much anything else you can imagine.

The Internal Revenue Service also offers seized assets for sale. They have auctions set up all around the country where you can go to bid on Persian Rugs, Jewelry, boats, cars and other items.   


Many government agencies will outsource their sales to both online and brick-and-mortar companies.  Some of these companies will have online sites where you can bid on property, similar to eBay.  One such site is Bid4Assets.   Here you can buy homes, cars and other higher dollar items.    

Here is the list of some Online Sources:

General Services Administration

United States Marshals Service

California Auction Site

Florida Auction Site

New York State Auctions

Texas Auction Site

Department of Defense

Internal Revenue Service IRS

Bid4Assets Site

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