This year’s first joint auctions earned NT$56.37 million-plus for the government.
AEA branches across the country held auctions simultaneously on Jan. 8, offering a great variety of items for people to buy at bargain prices. The auctions earned quite a lot of money for the government. The total auction amount reached NT$56,370,435, continuing the good performances of previous auctions.
Real estate items auctioned off this time reached NT$53,985,149 in value. The most expensive item was a lot of land in Dagang section in Guishan Township, Taoyuan City, which the Taoyuan branch auctioned off for NT$16,810,000. The second most expensive item was a single-family house by Provincial Highway No. 9 in Ruisui Township, Hualien County, which the Hualien branch auctioned off for NT$6,610,000. Other items included a house and the land in Erlin Township, Changhua County, which the Changhua branch auctioned off for NT$5,910,000-plus, and a lot of land in Chenggong section in Xinpu Township, Hsinchu County, which the Hsinchu branch auctioned off for NT$5,010,000, quite a success.
AEA branches across the country auctioned off various practical movable properties for NT$2,385,286.
For example, the New Taipei branch auctioned off NT$480,000 worth of shares of Soonest Express Co., Ltd. The Shihlin branch auctioned off 2 CMC cars for NT$290,000-plus. The Taipei branch auctioned off items owned by obligor Rich Radiance Limited for NT$260,000-plus. Those items included decorations, coral ornaments, bottles of perfume, sunglasses, bottles of Golden Dragon Peony-class Kinmen Kaoliang liquor, t-shirts with Taiwan Sky Lantern images and Polo shirts. Also auctioned off items ranged from jade articles, pieces of furniture, teapots, container houses, citrine treasure basins to loaves of bread. You name it. We have it.
In addition, the New Taipei branch held a joint auction with the Taiwan New Taipei District Prosecutors Office. The most eye-catching item at the auction was a seized 2014 BMW X6 SUV, which was auctioned off for NT$1.45 million. A Rolex watch was auctioned off for NT$320,000.
The Taipei branch, on behalf of the Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office, auctioned off items seized from a woman dubbed by the newspapers as the “Supercar Goddess,” who has been convicted of fraud for NT$60,000-plus. The items included brand name clothes and earrings.
Joint auctions held by AEA branches across the country take place on the “first” “Tuesday” of every month, starting at “3” p.m. People interested in the auctions may visit us at http://www.tpk.moj.gov.tw anytime. You may also check the fan page of each AEA branch for newest updates. Don’t miss out on the bargains.