Looking to buy a used car? Seized cars for auction may be just the ticket! There are many reasons a car may come to be part of seized car yard. But regardless of the reason, it can be a real financial gain for you. Government agencies have no interest in holding on to these vehicles. Seized autos for vendue are an excellent way for these agencies to put money back into their operating budgets usually at an excellent price for the bidder, making it a win-win situation for both parties.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is one agency with seized cars for auction. You can find a listing of upcoming auctions and the seized automobiles up for bid on their website. These auctions are a real opportunity to obtain luxury vehicles at a compact car price. If attending a live vendue, you'll want to be prepared to pay with cash or certified cashier's check should you win your bid. IRS seized autos for vendue won't be financed by Uncle Sam, so decide beforehand how much you are willing to pay and go prepared to drive home with your win. You should also note that these autocars are sold “as is” and “where is”.
Your local law enforcement agency can also be a great place to check out seized cars for auction. Depending on where you live, you may find these vehicles listed online, but you will surely find the details listed in your local newspaper's classified and/or legal sections. These seized autos for vendue are also sold “as is”. You will need to review the guidelines for the specific sale to find out what forms of payment are accepted, as well as times and availability for doing mechanical inspections before bidding begins. If you do your homework, either of these auctions can snag you a great deal on a used vehicle!