Greater Southwest Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division
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The Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division supports the mission to lead the Federal Government in optimizing its real property portfolio through effective disposition and utilization strategies. Resources offered to Federal Agencies include real property valuation, due diligence services, transactional support, marketing services, portfolio reviews and real property training. Additionally, the Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division disposes of federal real property that federal landholding agencies have determined excess to their mission needs.
The Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division also assists state and local governments, eligible public institutions and non-profit organizations in acquiring real property that is surplus to the needs of the federal government. If the federal government at large has determined that real property is surplus, it is made available for a wide variety of public uses, including but not limited to, educational, public health, wildlife and the homeless through the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Program.
Surplus real property that is not conveyed to an eligible recipient for public purposes is then sold by the Real Property Utilization and Disposal Division. This can be done through GSA's Auction Site, live public outcry auctions, sealed bid sales, or a combination of those methods. To learn more about these properties, visit Current Sales and Business Opportunities.