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The Government Services Association (GSA) handles surplus property through its Property Disposal department. The GSA’s Property Disposal department manages the use and disposal of surplus real property government-wide. Surplus properties are made available for various public purposes, including negotiated sale to state and local governments and eligible nonprofit institutions, or are sold competitively to the general public.
GSA public sales, in the form of a sealed bid, public auction, on-line auction, or auction by mail, make Federal real property available to everyone. The appraised fair market value is used as a guide to sell Federal real estate. GSA proceeds from property sales are returned to the Federal Government (either to the original holding agency or the Land and Water Conservation Fund) and are available for use in other Federal Government endeavors. Be sure to check the current GSA inventory nationwide!
GSA properties differ widely in type and value and may include improved and unimproved land, office buildings, warehouses, commercial and industrial facilities, airfields, former Post Offices, farms and single and multi-family residences. Microwave towers and former military bases have all been up for GSA auction at one time or another. GSA auctions may be in any of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Pacific Territories. Start researching GSA auctions today.
That’s right. GSA sales include lighthouses and missile silos. Sure, there are some preliminary requirements you would need to meet, and no, the GSA won’t finance the purchase, but how often does a missile silo or a lighthouse go on the market? Even if you never bid on it, you can tell your grandchildren about the time you almost bought the missile silo at the GSA auction. There are so many unique things at GSA auctions, you just have to get on the list and check it out yourself!
GSA auctions are available to anyone with the pockets deep enough to bid. You don’t have to have a business or an GSA affiliation to get in on these great deals. We’ll show you how to get started with GSA property auctions. Learn more about GSA sales near you to start saving money at GSA auctions now!
Some of the more common auction items include:
used autos • marine vehicles • jet skis • aircrafts • homes • real estate • commercial property • farm equipment • industrial • business • electronics • computers • antiques • art • coins • stamps • appliances • guns • travel • collectibles • clothing • crafts • boats • bikes • motorcycles • mobile homes • jewelry • toys • cars • trucks • mopeds • bicycles • cameras • televisions • clocks • furniture • unclaimed property • abandoned property • personal property • office furniture • condominiums • town homes • commercial property • vacant land • single family homes • machinery • tools • hardware • building supplies
and much, much more...
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