New Mexico Statutes Chapter 58. Financial Institutions and Regulations § 58-10-46. Acquisition of real property
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A. An association may own real property upon which any facility used in connection with the operation of the association is or will be located. The supervisor may order that any property be sold which cannot reasonably be expected to be used as a future location.
B. An association may acquire or hold real property for the purpose of investment, development or improvement up to an aggregate value not to exceed five percent of its total assets.
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