GSA provides tailored solutions to help Federal Agencies reposition their unneeded or underutilized real property. Let us handle your real estate needs while you focus on your agency’s mission.
Surplus government property may be made available for public use through the Public Benefit Conveyance process. These properties can provide a lasting positive impact on their communities as parks, schools, community centers and more.
GSA sells a wide variety of surplus federal real property to the public via competitive sales (online, live outcry and sealed bid sales). Property can be located in any of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the U.S. Pacific Territories.
Title V of the McKinney- Vento Act allows state and local governments, as well as eligible nonprofit organizations, to apply for land and buildings that have been determined to be "suitable and available" for homeless use.
The National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act (NHLPA) allows GSA to convey historic lighthouses to new stewards, both public and private, who will continue to preserve these unique properties outside of Federal ownership.