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One of the greatest untapped secrets out there for buying cheap vehicles and other property is the use of Police Auctions. Everyone has heard of these "mythical" auctions, but no one has actually seen, or been to one. Believe me, they do exist and they are the ticket to buying vehicles and other products at prices lower than you can imagine. There are a several types of police agencies that hold vehicle and property auctions throughout the country. Included are, city or county police, sheriff, or state law enforcement, & federal law enforcement agencies such as the DEA, or FBI & Customs Service. All of these agencies have seized vehicles, computers, consumer electronics, furniture, land and just about anything you can think of. The best part is that by gaining access to these police auctions, you will have the ability to purchase new or near new items for pennies on the dollar.
The secret is finding where and when these auctions will take place. Do some research on the internet. There are many resources available that will provide local and national police auction directories that will be a great help in finding one in your local area. These auctions aren't a secret, but you have to do some undercover work to find the right ones.
Once you've found out the location of auctions in your area from the internet, newspaper ads, or by contacting specific police & government department offices, you'll be ready to go cash in on these unbelievable deals.
Tip: Get to the auction early! These police auctions generally have pre-inspection times when you can get to the site and inspect all of the vehicles & property up for auction. Make notes of any items that you think you might be interested in bidding on, and write down comments and the lot numbers of those items.
If you plan on bidding on a vehicle, bring a used car value guide with you. Kelly Blue Book or Black Book are both good guides to use when appraising vehicles. Keep in mind, however, that these are confiscated & impounded vehicles that may have been sitting for extended periods of time. Regular maintenance has, more than likely, not been completed and this should be considered when bidding. Most of the time you will not have the opportunity to drive the vehicles prior to bidding, so it can be a gamble, but if you gamble right, you will make a killing.
Tip: Make sure you understand the rules and procedures of the auction. It can be a confusing process if you've never been to a police or government auction. You may want to attend a few auctions before you bid, just to figure out the process. If you do plan on bidding, it's best to bring the money to pay for your items with you to the auction.
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