Macomb County Public Auction Is A Bargain Hunter’s Dream
CLINTON TWP. (WWJ) – If you’re looking for a bargain this weekend, head on over to Clinton Township for the annual Macomb County public auction.
The auction starts at 9 a.m. Saturday at the county warehouse, 44900 Vic Wertz Drive, with a preview of items beginning an hour earlier.
Items up for bids include cars, trucks, computer equipment, electronics, jewelry and tools that have been found or seized.
You can get a head start by previewing a partial list of auction items online. Click here to look through the catalogue.
“The auction provides local citizens the opportunity to find unique items at a good price while bringing in revenue for the county and helping us reduce inventory. It’s a win-win for everyone involved in the event,” Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel said in a statement.
All items are sold as is and all sales are final. In addition to the 6 percent Michigan sales tax, a 7 percent buyer’s premium will apply to all items. Cash, checks, Visa or MasterCard will be accepted – excluding starter checks and credit card advance checks. All items must be paid in full on the day of the sale. Out-of-state buyers must provide a bank letter of credit.