Surplus real estate
Potential surplus real estate is reviewed by Provincial departments, boards, agencies, crown corporations, schools and health institutions to determine if they have any requirements.
Surplus real estate is then offered to different levels of government before it is marketed to the general public.
Appraisals are used to estimate the market value of properties. If a government need is identified, the property is offered at market value to the local or Federal government.
Public sales are carried out through qualified real estate agents, who market the property, coordinate showings and manage offers to purchase.
We also post Properties for sale, which also direct inquiries to the listing realtors.
You may review Current and Future Properties for Sale (PDF, 478 KB) to see what may be offered for sale in the future.
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