Buying Reposessed Cars from State Auctions

I was recently in a position to buy a new car – and, of course, I wanted to get the best deal for my money.

I was directed by a colleague of mine to state auctions, which lists details of seized car auctions in your area.

The different lots are listed by price, and include all relevant details for each car, such as the year, mileage and model. As these are repossessed cars, most are nearly brand new, so there are some great deals to be had.

There are not always a large number of auctions in your area, so it is important to keep checking regularly for the car you want, or maybe widen your search criteria.

A quick note, this type of site is not for everyone. You have to bear in mind that you may not always win every auction you bid on. This did not bother me, as I managed to save just under $10k on my new car, but some people simply can’t spare the time. You should decide on this before signing up, so as not to waste your money.

There is also a section of the site where you can search for seized property – it’s pretty much the same deal – listings of property auctions with some massive discounts available. I have not yet had a use for this section of the site, so I can’t comment on it’s quality.

Since first discovering this site, I’ve recommended it to countless friends and associates and pulled together all the advice I’ve received to create an “Insiders Guide” to buying on State auctions at []