Where can you find government properties for sale in the Canadian province of Ontario?


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Find government properties for sale in Ontario, Canada, on sites such as InfrastructureOntario.ca, OntarioTaxSales.ca, SurplusProperty.ca and TheLandStore.ca, as of 2015. Each site also includes information about the process of purchasing the property, which may include open land or existing structures, with some also offering aid in completing the appropriate documents and procedures.

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InfrastructureOntario.ca offers users a description of the process for purchasing land from the government for different types of buyers, including non-profit organizations as well as a private entities. The site also warns that many properties that may appear vacant or open may in fact be part of future government plans. It is possible to search for property listings within the province on the site's listing search tool, which displays results on an interactive map.

OntarioTaxSales.ca features a guide for buyers new to purchasing government-owned properties, along with its search tool for viewing listings. Many of the properties that appear on the site have existing financial obligations, which may become void as a result of the sale.

SurplusProperty.ca allows users to locate listings by using a map or by accessing a property listings from its News stream. All listings include details about the property, including pictures, the total size of the land, a description of its condition, and any buildings on the land.

TheLandStore.ca specializes in the sale of undeveloped land, which may include forestry and other space not intended for commercial development. It helps buyers work with the appropriate government agencies to complete the sale process.

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