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  369.254.  Association may invest in real property and mobile homes, when. — An association may:

  (1)  Invest in such real property as the directors may deem necessary or convenient for the conduct of the business of the association; and

  (2)  Invest in the acquisition of unimproved real estate lots, and other unimproved real estate for the purpose of prompt development and subdivision, principally for construction of housing or for resale to others for such construction, or for use as mobile home sites; and development and subdivision of, and construction of, improvements, including improvements to be used for commercial or community purposes, when incidental to a housing project, for sale or for rental on real estate referred to in this subdivision; and acquisition of improved residential real estate and mobile homes to be held for rental; and acquisition of improved residential real estate for remodeling, rehabilitation, modernization, renovation, or demolition and rebuilding for sale or for rental; and maintenance and management of rental real estate referred to in this subdivision.  Investments for land development shall be made only within this state, or outside this state within one hundred miles of the home office of the association; provided, that any association licensed, qualified, admitted to do business as a savings association, and so conducting a savings association business in another state or states, may invest its funds for the purposes provided for in this section in this state, or outside this state within one hundred miles of the home office of the association, or within such state or states in which it is licensed, qualified, admitted to do business as a savings association and is so conducting a savings association business.  The amount so invested shall not exceed the sum of the reserves and undivided profits of the association, or ten percent of its total assets, whichever is the lesser, and the maximum percentage of the amount so invested in nonresidential property shall be in accordance with regulations promulgated by the director of the division of finance.  If the director of the division of finance finds that an association has abused or is abusing the powers granted in this section, the director may deny or condition the exercise of such powers until the abuse is corrected.

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(L. 1971 S.B. 3 § 50, A.L. 1994 H.B. 1165)

Effective 7-06-94


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