Fountain Valley, CA, July 01, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Government auctions often include items such as residential property, commercial property, lots, land, vehicles, electronics, surplus property and much more.
For example, in Coachella Valley, there will be an auction for surplus property which includes: Dell, Compaq and HP PC’s, Printers, Copy Machines, gym equipment, 18 pairs of Roller Blades, 31 gymnastic pads, fountains, chairs, wooden tables, ice machine, and much more. In this auction alone, there are over 200 items being sold.
Another example would be vehicle auctions. These auctions are typically held during various times of the month. In Murrieta, auto auctions occur twice a month and Upland has them once a week. Some auto auctions have been known to sell vehicles for as low as a few hundred dollars. This was evident in a police auction in San Antonio, Texas where a 1995 2 door Acura was sold for $125. However, please note the condition of the vehicle is not known and it may have been bought for parts.
In a Norco estate auction, there will be collectible items such as antique furniture, a Ronald McDonald statue, fine China, silverware, Persian rugs, Coca Cola memorabilia, porcelain dolls and Chinese Vases, along with other art work.
All 11 auctions taking place this month are in Riverside, Murrieta, Fontana, and Upland as well as other inland empire cities. With so many auctions going on in the IE, it would be difficult to locate and remember all of them. However, some people have used sites like PoliceAuctions.com to locate and keep track of government auctions.
PoliceAuctions.com is one of the largest government data publishers with over 2.7 million subscribing members. On any given day, members have access to over 2000 government auctions throughout the United States.
People may not realize that government auctions are going on all the time during different days of the month in their own area. The 11 auctions like the ones in the IE can easily be found in other parts of California like Contra Costa, Redwood City and even in other cities and states, even remote ones like Anchorage, Alaska, so even an Eskimo can stay on top of Government auctions.