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Thursday, December 15, 2016

US Treasury Online Auction: Live Now!

Check out this 2005 Nissan Murano – High bid currently $350

 

Or this 2003 Pontiac Aztec with a current high bid of $100

These cars are for parts only, but the GovernmentAuctions.org database has thousands of cars up for auction. Start your free trial today!

 

 

 


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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Gun and Rifle Accessories Lot up for Auction!

Exercise your right to save money! Check out this lot currently up for auction:

- Gun Accessories: Scope Mounts, 100 each
- Laser Sights:
AT, 199 each
- Gun Accessories:
Reflex Sights, 19 each
- Gun Accessories:
Holographic Sights, 29 each
- Gun Accessories:
Laser Bore Sights, 49 each
- Gun Accessories:
Rifle Bipods, 48 each
- Gun Accessories:
Picatinny Rifle Quad Rails, 100 each
- Gun Accessories:
Rail Mount Weapon Lights, 49 each
- Gun Accessories:
Picatinny Rail Covers, 300 each
- Gun Accessories:
Pistol Lanyards, 50 each
- Gun Accessories:
Swivel Attachments, 100 each

This auction ends 11/22/16 so hurry and register so you can bid now!


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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Resources for Information on Collecting Rare Coins

Collecting rare gold coins can be a rewarding and lucrative hobby. Since commodity prices generally tend to rise, and since coins are essentially a historical artifact that cannot be reproduced, trading gold coins can be a great source of supplemental income.

A great place to start is with the “Redbook”, known officially as the “Guide Book of United States Coins” which gives beginner collectors information to help them understand the coin market and how coins are valued. There are two main coin grading services, PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) and NGS (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) which grade and recognize rare coins. They also offer pricing guides as well.

Check out some coins currently up for auction below:

1999 American Gold Eagle Gold Coins

1912 British Sovereign George V

Lot of British Sovereign Edward VII

 


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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Move to Canada?

Reasons to not move to Canada:

1. Tundra

2. Bear-to-human ratio too high

3. Great deals on homes offered for sale on GovernmentAuctions.org which are NOT available in Canada, below:

 

6636 (6638) Wildlife Lane, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526

This 3000 sqft 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom home is located just 15 miles out from Raleigh.  The home has many amenities, including a fireplace, a deck, a kitchen with breakfast nook, an inground pool with hot tub, and one detached and one attached garage, with accommodations for three cars in total. The county taxes are only ~$3,000 yearly. The bidding for this home begins on December 7th, which gives you a head start on doing the comparable sales in the area and further research. All info is being made available on our site, GovernmentAuctions.org.

737 Major Lake Drive, Hill City, South Dakota 57745

And if that’s not good enough for you, you can just buy some land and build it yourself! Up for auction starting December 15th  is residential land in Hill City, South Dakota on a townhome lot in a planned community spanning about 5000 sqft, located about 25 miles out from Rapid City. The starting bid has been established at $5,000.00.

For more information on these auctions and other Government real estate auctions sign up for a free 3 day trial!


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Monday, November 7, 2016

IRS Seized Property Auction – Starting Bids $5,000

Your dream home – at a bargain! Have you ever thought about just escaping it all and starting fresh? This is your opportunity!

The IRS seizes property as part of criminal investigations, and auctions off the seized assets to the public. You can use GovernmentAuctions.org to find a great deal on a home, whether it is your first family home or you are adding to your property investment portfolio.

The home shown below is a Single Family two level 6 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home with a second floor loft and a three car attached garage in Parkland, Florida. The property is nearly 5,000 sqft and has an in-ground swimming pool, covered patio and balconies, and a waterfront view located in a private community. There is a golf course and country club nearby.

9619 Clemmons Street, Parkland, Florida 33076

The home pictured below is a two story townhouse-style condo with 3 bedrooms and two baths, along with an attached two car garage, located in the Dove Tree Townhomes community in Anchorage, Alaska.

17067 Bowen Circle, Unit 91, Eagle River, Alaska 99577

The homes that are up for auction are varied and span the entire United States. Sign up today for GovernmentAuctions.Org for more info on these property auctions and Government Auctions across the US.


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Friday, November 4, 2016

Motorcycle Auction Starting Soon! $100 Starting Bid

Ah, the quintessential coming of age story… riding cross country on a motorcycle to find oneself… You can’t do it without a motorcycle!

There are many benefits to owning a motorcycle and it’s a ton of fun! Insurance and maintenance costs are low relative to the costs of owning a vehicle – and don’t forget being able to beat traffic and being able to park your motorcycle almost anywhere (if you live in a metro area and parking is an issue).

For an upcoming treasury auction, we have on offer a 2008 Honda CBR 600RR, a 1997 Harley Davidson Electra, and a 2008 Ducati 1098 – the bidding on all three of these bikes starts at $100. There are also other vehicles included in this lot, including a 2000 Chevy Corvette, 2008 Mercedes Benz R350, 2003 Mercedes Benz SL500, 2007 Ford F150, 2004 Cadillac Escalade, 2007 Dodge Durango,  and a selection of military trucks such as a 1991 BMY M931A2, and a 1985 American General M927.

Always wear a helmet, obey traffic laws, and have fun! Join our site for more information on this auction and other government auctions across the United States.


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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Are You Looking for a New Watch?

Into Horology? Or just like shiny new things? An ongoing treasury auction has just what you’re looking for!

The current batch of watches up for auction includes a Rolex Datejust, Rolex Day-Date, Rolex Oyster Perpetual Chronograph, Rolex Perpetual Date Yachtmaster Watch, Baume & Mercier Riviera,Breitling Super Ocean, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Off Shore, Panerai Luminor, Cartier, Benny & Co., etc. This lot also includes Ladies Michael Kors, Gucci, Fendi and Burberry watches.

All watches will all be auctioned off individually. The bidding has already begun and will be ending soon, within the next few days. The reserve on some of the watches has already been met, but sometimes it starts as low as $100.

Join our site to get access to current and upcoming General Property Auctions! (Info on how to sign up for a free trial below photos)

 

           

 


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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! …It’s an Unbelievable Deal!

“How are we getting to grandma’s house?? Let’s take the jet!” – ah, the life. Have you ever dreamed of becoming a real estate mogul and running for president and flying around in your private jet? I haven’t – I dream about spaghetti most of the time. But if you have, you know that a private jet is mandatory.

Head up in the clouds yet? Don’t get in over your head – GovernmentAuctions.org is the perfect place to find a great deal on a plane – we provide full listing information on US Treasury Auctions of seized and forfeited aircraft. The current auction lot spans the range of light aircraft to private jets – we have a 1996 Learjet up for auction, as well as a 18968 Cessna, and a 1991 Eurocopter France AS350BA thrown in the mix for good measure.

At starting bids this low, your fear of flying should be the only thing stopping you from owning a plane! Sign up today, as this auction is current and will be ending very soon!


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Monday, October 10, 2016

Are You in Texas and Looking for a Great Deal on a Horse Trailer?

Give your horses a rest while hauling them long distances for pennies on the dollar!

Auction for Delco 2012 6×16 Trailer Ending VERY SOON! The trailer is located in Texas and must be picked up from there. People from other states are allowed to bid as well.

The bidding begins at $1,200 – these types of trailers run around $5,000 in used condition.

Join our site ASAP to see auction details!


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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Confused about Exporting Vehicles for Profit? Check Out Our Guide Below!

The exportation of vehicles to foreign countries can be a very lucrative business, and as such, the barriers to entry into the industry are somewhat high, mostly because there is so much information to absorb. The paperwork and the exportation process can get extremely complicated so here is a very simplified breakdown for those who are looking to get their feet wet:

The first step is to get a license to export vehicles through the Department of Commerce, Customs and Border Protection. The next step is to obtain an original Certificate of Title along with two copies for the vehicles you wish to export, which will be presented to US Customs 72 hours before exportation. There are different procedures for shipping via the various methods: ship, plane or land border port. If exporting by ship or plane, the requirements are more stringent – both the actual vehicle and Title must be presented 72 hours prior to exportation, as opposed to a land border port, which only requires Title documents 72 hours prior. So if there is some delay in releasing the actual assets (sometimes the IRS has a three day waiting/clearing period on assets seized through a criminal investigation) and you are cutting it close, it seems the best way to do it would be through a land border port. Of course, unique factors come into play in every transaction of this nature, so make sure to verify the information with each government agency you will be dealing with. Each port location has their own unique rules and regulations, so make sure to check with them first before coordinating a shipment.

You will also need to fill out a CF 7512 form, allowing Customs and Border Protection to inspect your vehicle(s), and an SED (Shipper’s Export Declaration) Form. An SED form is required for all shipments which require an export license (this would definitely be one of them). Please check with each regulating body for up-to-date and accurate information.

This blog post in no way fully summarizes the exportation process, but it’s a good springboard for obtaining additional information directly from the sources. Check the individual websites of the US Customs and Border Protection Dept, the IRS, and the Department of Homeland Security for more detailed info. Although the process is complicated, the markup rates on vehicles exported to foreign countries are often so high that the initial hurdle of getting set up and figuring out the process is worth it. For example, beginning October 12th, up for auction is a lot of 40 ATVs with a starting bid of just $100USD – one suggestion would be to ship to Japan, as there is a growing segment of the population that is obsessed with American memorabilia and goods and therefore put a premium on such items. This is just one example of the global demand for vehicles exported from the United States.

 

Good luck and happy bidding!


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