Some federal agencies sell real estate, Some hold auctions, and some accept offers.
Here is the list of federal agencies that sell real estate on their websites or business partner sites.
1- Fannie Mae's HomePath: HomePath is a Fannie Mae program That lists many single-family homes for sale across the U.S.
2- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: It's an independent agency that sells homes and commercial real estate from failed banks.
3- U.S. Department of Agriculture: USDA is the federal executive department that sells homes, farms, and ranches, by auction or offer.
4- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s HUDHomes: HUD lists homes for auction throughout the U.S.
5- GSA Auctions: GSA Auctions utilizes real estate, land, and lighthouses along with other government-owned excess property.
6- U.S. Treasury auctions: These auctions sell homes, land, commercial property, and other items forfeited by owners.
7- U.S. Marshals Service auctions: Its seized homes, condominiums, commercial real estate, and land in the U.S. and Caribbean.
These Federal agencies acquire properties through foreclosure, forfeiture, or failed banks.