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Sports Cars * Luxury Cars * Vans * Sedans * Trucks * SUVs * RVs * etc.

More than 20,000 items of seized cars and other property are auctioned annually with gross sales of $100,000,000 ($100 million). The seized property offered for auction consists of a wide range of personal property such as motor vehicles, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art, antiques, and collectibles, residential and commercial real estate, business establishments.

Uncle Sam may have something to sell that interests you!


Federal Government Auctions

Surplus, Seized & Foreclosed Houses, Cars, Boats, Jewelry, Computers, Furniture, Office Equipment, Arts, Antiques, Collectibles, Clothing, Tools and Other Merchandise & Property From Federal Government Auctions & Foreclosure Sales!

Seized Property Unclaimed Goods Real Estate
Foreclosed Property Surplus Property Personal Property


U.S. Marshals Service, Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Agency, Immigration & Naturalization, Federal Bureau of Investigation (USMS, DOJ, DEA, INS, FBI) vehicles, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art, antiques, collectibles, residential and commercial real estate, business establishments, and a wide variety of  other personal property
U.S. Postal Service (USPS) clocks, televisions, radios, tape recorders, jewelry, VCRs, and clothing, vehicles, computers, workroom and office furniture, and electronic and hardware items for mail handling equipment.
US Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms, Internal Revenue Service, US Customs (USTREAS, ATF, IRS, US Customs) cars, boats, airplanes, real estate, carpets, electronics, industrial goods, jewelry, wearing apparel, and household goods.
Department of Defense (DoD-DRMS) tents, typewriters, computers, vehicles, aircraft components and accessories, engine accessories, office furniture and equipment, clothing, household paints and thinners, recyclable materials such as iron, aluminum, copper, paper, and much more
Dept. of Housing & Urban Development/Federal Housing Authority (HUD/FHA) single-family homes (1-4 units), including townhomes, condominiums, or other types of single-family dwellings, multifamily apartment projects, nursing homes, mobile home parks, hospitals, etc.
Department of Energy (DOE) Office equipment, vehicles, furniture, trailers, generators, instruments and laboratory equipment, mechanical power transmission equipment, and heavy equipment
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) real estate, undeveloped land, hotels, shopping malls, single-family homes, condominiums, and apartment complexes; personal property, computers, phone systems, furniture, fixtures, and plants, specialty items, crystal, china, and antiques
Government Printing Office (GPO) printing and binding equipment. You may also find office furniture and business machines such as copiers, calculators, and typewriters.
General Services Administration,  Federal Supply Service (GSA, FSS) cars, trucks, boats, cameras and projectors, communications equipment, copiers, food preparation and serving equipment, hardware, jewelry and collectibles, medical and laboratory equipment, office machines, office and household furniture, recreational and athletic equipment, tools, and many other items.
National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) computer equipment, printers, electronics, test equipment, office furniture, laboratory equipment, video equipment, computer tape, heavy vehicles, hardware, aircraft parts, communication equipment, recyclable materials such as metal, copper wire, waste office paper, wood pallets, aluminum cans, and much more
Small Business Administration (SBA) real estate, commercial property, single family homes, and vacant land, personal property, machinery, equipment, furniture, fixtures, and inventory used in business operations.
Bureau of Land Management (BLM) parcels of land

Federal Government Auctions & Foreclosures!


Do you want to buy a home, car, computer, furniture or other goods from the federal government?

We've all heard about the thousands of cars and homes the Federal Government has to sell. But how can you get a deal at these Government Auctions?

The information contained in the following Online Guide to Government Auctions delivers the information you need to participate in the Federal Government's various auction programs!

Your On-Line Guide to Government Auctions & Foreclosures is a Complete Online Information Website Which Includes:

- Links to Federal Agencies That Hold Public Auctions With Schedules and Locations of Upcoming Auctions;

- Complete Instructions on How to Register & Bid on Property & Merchandise

- Links To Online Property Listings for Houses & Commercial Property For Sale;

- Listing of Federal Financing Programs for Foreclosure Property

Many government agencies now use their web sites to provide the public with free information about their programs. The information contained in our on-line information site is derived from these government agencies and their websites.


These auctions go on daily, and they are honestly amazing! You've always heard stories about how people come away from these things with incredible deals on items that would normally be considered luxuries. Be that person!

This is an incredible resource! Learn the who, what, why, when and where of getting dirt-cheap bargains at local sales in your area.

You can get things such as computers, laptops, digital cameras, all kinds of electronics, land, homes, cars and TONS MORE for literally pennies on the dollar. And these special sales are being held almost DAILY all around the country!


This program is an ongoing online guide to government auctions nationwide! You can get in on incredible clearance auctions on seized:

Now I know you're just drooling for more. Let's take a look at some samples of the kinds of absolutely AWSOME things you can find with this resource

Computer accessories... software... office supplies...
home & garden products... electronics... audio and video...



* Laptop and Desktop Computers

* Computer Accessories

* Office Supplies

* Computer Software

* Giftwares

* Household Products

* Tapestries and Rugs

* Camping and Sporting Goods Products

* Personal Care Accessories

* Toys and Games

* Audio and Video Accessories

* Telephones, Clocks, Radios

...And Much, Much More



An incredible resource! Learn the who, what, why, when and where of getting dirt-cheap bargains at local sales in your area.

You can get things such as computers, laptops, digital cameras, all kinds of electronics, land, homes, cars and TONS MORE for literally pennies on the dollar. And these special sales are being held almost DAILY all around the country!

Use The Items You Buy For Yourself,
Or Turn Around And Sell Them For HUGE Profits!


Everything you need to start profiting RIGHT AWAY is included. And not just names and addresses either, but on-line links to hundreds of dirt-cheap buying opportunities!


* U.S. Customs Sales - Seized merchandise!

* I.R.S. Tax Lien Sales - Personal property & real estate

* U.S. Marshal Sales - Drug raid seizures

* U.S. Post Office Sales - Lost parcels, vehicles and more

* HUD/FHA Auctions - Foreclosed homes

* Department of Defense - Surplus military goods!

* State Tax Lien Sales - Homes & land. Listings for all states!


You can get some REALLY COOL ITEMS

at these Government Auctions!


I'm talking about things like HELICOPTERS, ANIMALS, CARS, BOATS, and MORE!

Sunday May 27 5:00 PM ET 

Government E-Sales Outpace Retail

By D. IAN HOPPER, Associated Press Writer 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Want to buy a helicopter? How about a Lamborghini Diablo sports car, a decommissioned Coast Guard cutter or a 4-year-old wild horse? The government may have one to sell you on the Internet.

With sales that exceed those of large Web retailers such as, federal agencies increasingly are using e-commerce to pitch wares, from luxury items seized by law enforcement to military surplus goods to plain old documents.

In all, federal agencies took in $3.6 billion in online sales last year, according to a survey released Sunday by the Pew Internet and American Life Project and Federal Computer Week magazine.

The lion's share - $3.3 billion - came from the Treasury Department sale of bonds and notes. But an additional $300 million involved a wide array of items so eclectic it surprised even the researchers.

``I had no idea that you could get a mustang or burro,'' Pew Internet and American Life Project director Lee Rainie said. The animals are available for auction on the Internet by the Bureau of Land Management.

Mary Mitchell, the General Services Administration official who oversees the government's online activities, said it is too early to identify all the benefits from federal e-commerce. But officials have already noticed an average 30 percent increase in participation in government auctions, she said.

``When you increase the number of eyes looking at it, you're more likely to get fair market value for those products,'' Mitchell said.

Shoppers not only will find some bargains, but they also interact with some obscure government offices if they shop the Web.

For instance, the Minerals Management Service, which manages the nation's oil, natural gas and mineral resources, has used the Web to advertise oil-drilling leases in the Gulf of Mexico.

The American Battle Monuments Commission, which controls the design and maintenance of military monuments on foreign soil, lets consumers use the Internet to pay to place flowers at a military grave overseas.

Property is for sale online. GSA's site offered a lightkeeper's house in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and this month, the agency sold more than 2,000 acres in Las Vegas for over $47 million via the Internet.

The Pew survey identified at least 164 government Web sites that sell products and services directly to the public.

``It's a pretty broad spectrum,'' Rainie said. ``There are some sites that are fully the match of their private sector counterparts, and there are some sites that are pretty elementary.''

Amtrak, the U.S. Mint and the Postal Service offer full-service sites. Others simply put brochures online and take orders by phone or e-mail - as many private companies did about five years ago, when the Web was new.

Congress may act to change that. Legislation introduced this year by Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., would devise standards for federal e-commerce sites.

The government's sales in 2000 dwarfed those of the most popular Web sites. Bookseller reported $2.8 billion in sales, while online auctioneer eBay posted revenues of $431 million.

But government e-retailing is still in its infancy, Rainie said.

``Government agencies are just taking existing things that they already do in the way of selling things or providing them to the public, and moving them online,'' Rainie said.

Some of the flashiest goods for sale have a checkered past. Last summer, the U.S. Marshals Service started online sales of items seized in criminal raids, said Jim Herzog of the Marshals Service's asset forfeiture office.

``The return meets and, most times, exceeds our expectations,'' Herzog said. Many of the cars, houses, jewelry and other high-priced items are sold through Bid4Assets, a private online auction company based in Silver Spring, Md.

``The government's getting a good bargain with us,'' said Bid4Assets vice president David Marchick. The company auctions off obscure scientific equipment for the Energy and Defense Departments, loans from failed banks via the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and used machinery from several other government agencies.

Rulon Gardner, the Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler, paid $56,000 through Bid4Assets for a Dodge Viper sports car that the Marshals Service had seized in a fraud case. Gardner could have
chosen a Lamborghini Diablo or a helicopter from the site.

 ``What you seize is what you get.''

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