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Need a new vehicle? How about office equipment, radios, or a backhoe? The City of Sanford has you covered.
The City has multiple items available for auction on GovDeals.com, a site that allows government agencies to sell surplus items to the public. Items range from big ticket (a freightliner) to next-to-nothing (a $5 lot of bookcases).
The auction will end on June 13, 2019.
You can get item photos and descriptions, as well as place your bid, by going to GovDeals.com and entering "Sanford" in the search box.
Quick link: To go directly to the City of Sanford's listings, click here.
Anyone can bid on auction hosted at GovDeals. But before you can place a bid, you'll need to register to use the service. Along with the standard information and email address, you'll have to enter a phone number where the site can call or text you to validate your registration.
After the validation, you'll receive an email from GovDeals' customer service department. Click the link in the email and then enter the username and password you set up during registration.
From start to finish, the registration process lasts no longer than five minutes.
Once you've registered, run your search for "Sanford." When you click on any of the items, you'll see a bidding form on the left of the description screen. Enter your bid and you're officially part of the auction.
Make sure you read the terms and conditions for all items before you place your bid. Everything you need to know is right on the description screen.
If you place the winning bid, GovDeals will issue you a buyer's certificate and you'll have five business days to make your payment. For items less than $5,000, you can pay by credit card or Paypal. You may pay by wire transfer for items that cost more than $5,000.
Note that a 5% buyer's premium is added to the final selling price of each item, in addition to any taxes imposed.
Once you make your payment, you can schedule a time to pick up your item(s). You must remove the item from City property within 10 days of the date on your certificate.
For more information about our items or to arrange an inspection of what's for sale, contact Randy Paschal at 919-777-1250 or send an email to email@example.com.