Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) December 25, 2013
The police auctions website praised for making police auctions available to a nationwide audience called LibertyAuctionHouse.com, just revealed the plans of a free database containing automobiles, motorcycles, and boats that are up for auction for cities around the country.
Founded by Michael Strom of Chicago, Illinois, LibertyAuctionHouse.com provides a source for government auctions from law enforcement agencies and municipalities on a national level. These agencies allow these unclaimed items in a live public auction. Now, all Americans can easily rummage through a treasure trove of items with the speed of an online auction from the comfort of their home.
"LibertyAuctionHouse.com is looking to informing users where these police auctions are held and help our local communities," said Michael Strom, CEO for Liberty Auction House. "Our customers can see government seized automobiles, boats, and trucks via governmental process to satisfy a judgment rendered by a court."
Liberty Auction House helps users find the items up for bid that cover every category of consumer goods from watches, jewelry auctions and coin auctions, to early American stamps, motorcycles and trucks.
Government property sold at auction can include surplus government equipment, abandoned property over which the government has asserted ownership, property which has passed to the government by escheat, government land, and intangible assets over which the government asserts authority, such as broadcast frequencies sold through a spectrum auction.