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Sheriff Auctions Review Article added to AutomobilesAuctions.com
Answers 2000 is pleased to announce the release of a review article about the Sheriff Auctions membership website – a site designed to help US automobile buyers find government vehicle auctions.
By: Answers 2000 Limited
Government auctions can be an excellent source of high-quality used vehicles, many of which are sold for prices far below the typical market price for such vehicles. The vehicles sold at such auctions included vehicles which have previously been used by the government, as well vehicles acquired by the government as a result of surplus, seizure laws (for example, vehicles seized from criminals).
Government vehicle auctions are held in all 50 US states, and include auctions of vehicles owned by the Federal, state, and local government departments, including police, sheriff, DEA, IRS, FBI, border patrol, etc. These auctions are often “absolute auctions” which means that vehicles are sold to the highest bidder, and there are no reserve prices. As a result, many vehicles are sold for surprisingly low prices.
As a result of this government vehicle auctions have become a popular source of used cars for both bargain-hunters, and people look to acquire cheap vehicles to immediately resell for a profit (“flipping vehicles”). Of course, buying a vehicle at auctions requires know when and where auctions are to be held in your area – and it is to address this need that websites such as Sheriff Auctions have been created.
Answers 2000's AutomobilesAuctions.com website contains extensive information (including articles, tips, glossary, book links, and review articles of membership sites) to assist people interested in learning more about government and other vehicle auctions in the US. The information includes review articles about a number of membership websites, including Sheriff Auctions – which can be found at http://www.automobilesauctions.com/
AutomobilesAuctions.com is Answers 2000's information website about used vehicle auctions in the United States (including government auctions. Information on the AutomobilesAuctions.com website about third party products and services described in review articles, usually comes from the vendors of products listed and/or publicly available information. Answers 2000 may receive a payment should you purchase a product after following a link from AutomobilesAuctions.com, including if you purchase access/membership of Sheriff Auctions. To see the review article of Sheriff Auctions please go to http://www.automobilesauctions.com/
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