GSA

  • Surplus Property Auctions
    Purchasing U.S. surplus property at government auctions has been done for years. Many Americans have built their wealth by purchasing and reselling government surplus and land year after year. Instead of purchasing goods at retail or even wholesale prices from companies in the U.S., why not go to a government auction and possibly pick up the same piece of merchandise for a small fraction of the price? Government auctions, especially surplus auctions, have proven to be an essential resource for Read More...
  • Government Auctions Are A Free Service
    What does the government do with all the unwanted things they bought with our tax money? They auction it off at levels much below what they paid. Federal surplus, seized and forfeited assets make up the majority of items at these auctions. Just about everything and any thing is auctioned. The most extensive data base with government auction events is the General Services Administration. Also referred to as the GSA, they provide a factual resource without misleading the public into thinking gover Read More...
  • Learn Why A Retired Police Car Is A Best Buy, Even From A GSA Auction
    In this article I am going to discuss police car auctions and gsa auctions. GSA is an abbreviated term for general service administration or better known as U.S. government auctions. But lets start with a subject I enjoy. I love to buy and drive old police cars (like the blues brothers). Why do I like police cars? Well I have worked on many in my day and currently I am working on sheriff department and county vehicles. A police car is built with heavy-duty parts. This is what I love about pol Read More...
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