Real Estate/Property Sales
The FDIC sells real estate retained from failed banks. Find out where properties are available and how to purchase.
The FDIC sells loans acquired from failed financial institutions. These may be sold in pools through sealed bid sales.
Financial Asset Sales (Joint Venture Transactions)
Learn how the FDIC uses the partnership model to sell large numbers of distressed assets held by recently failed financial institutions and the results of these sales.
Other Assets Sales
The FDIC sells various other assets from bank failures such as office furniture, fixtures, and equipment.
The FDIC may retain and sell servicing rights to loans from failed financial institutions.
The FDIC has decades’ worth of data on sales of all types of assets.
Frequently Asked Questions for Asset Sales
Answers to questions regarding Asset Sales.