New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-166 - Real Estate

17:12B-166. Real estate
Investments may be made in real estate as follows:

(1) Office building for transaction of State association's business.

In the purchase of improved or unimproved real estate and in the erection or improvement of buildings thereon for the purpose of providing offices for the transaction of a State association's business. Such buildings may also include space for rental purposes. The cost to the State association of such lands and buildings shall not exceed 50% of the sum of such State association's reserves, as established under the provisions of section 128 of this act, and the undivided profits account at the time such investment is made, unless the commissioner shall, for good cause shown, on application therefor approve an amount in excess of said 50%.

(2) Property purchased for resale to members.

In the purchase of improved or unimproved real estate in this State and in the construction or improvement of buildings thereon, for resale to members, when the contracts for resale are executed concurrently with, or prior to, such purchase. The member with whom such contract for resale is made shall pay to the State association upon the making of such contract, at least 20% of the purchase price therein designated and shall pay the balance thereof, together with the interest thereon, in periodical installments over a period not exceeding 25 years. All such properties shall be used wholly or partially for dwelling purposes and all such properties shall be subject to the appraisal requirements as set forth in section 167 of this act which appraisal shall be made prior to the purchase of said real estate.

L.1963, c. 144, s. 166.

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