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News - (Federal Reserve Board ) — 4/6/2012 — The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday released a policy statement reiterating that statutes and Federal Reserve regulations permit rental of residential properties acquired in foreclosure as part of an orderly disposition strategy. The statement also outlines supervisory expectations for residential rental activities.
The general policy of the Federal Reserve is that banking organizations should make good faith efforts to dispose of foreclosed properties (also known as “other real estate owned” or “OREO”), including single-family homes, at the earliest practicable date. In this context, and in light of the extraordinary market conditions that currently prevail, the policy statement explains that banking organizations may rent residential OREO properties within legal holding-period limits without demonstrating continuous active marketing of the property for sale, provided that suitable policies and procedures are followed. Source theNicheReport.com
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