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Back in March
2007 the Government started offering FEMA Trailers for sale from the
Katrina and Rita Disasters at fire-sale prices. After some time,
however, a media storm hit with reports of formaldehyde in the
construction of the trailers, and, FEMA Travel Trailers Stopped. Now --
after nearly a yearlong respite -- the FEMA trailers are back on sale
top public. Read this informative news article for more information.
foreclosure investing and the three (3) different stages of foreclosure
during which you can potentially buy property at a a bargain. From
Notice of Default or Lis Pendens to Foreclosure Auctions to REO (or
Real-Estate Owned Properties), this guide will quickly teach you what
you the basics.
unbeatable free government auctions deals? Not only will you find
sensational bargains, but the auctions themselves are completely free to
There are a
number of different possibilities for why property may be seized. Real
estate is not only one of the most popular types of seized government
property up for auction, but it’s also one of the most lucrative.
Purchasing government seized properties is one of the best opportunities
for to make a quick buck or to make a long-term investment.
Attending a live
seized or surplus gun auction is simply a must for any avid hunter, gun
or gaming enthusiast. Some of you may be asking, “what’s the difference
is between going to your local gun dealer or attending a US government
auction where Guns are auctioned off?” The answer is that, unlike
firearms retailers, the government isn’t looking to make a profit off of
the weapons they sell, and this increase your chances of a terrific
deal. Read this article for more.
Every year the
United States government auctions off tens of thousands of formerly used
military surplus vehicles to anticipatory Americans wanting to get the
deal of a lifetime. These vehicles may include military cars, trucks, or
jeeps that were once used by our military, but whose services are no
longer required. Learn about them in this article.