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Asset Sales

Other Asset Sales

Last Updated: June 7, 2024
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Assets on this page are personal property or mineral interests.

FF&E listings can be for any tangible asset retained by the FDIC when a bank fails. For example:

  • Furniture
  • Equipment
  • Autos

Personal property sales may include any tangible asset type retained by the FDIC when a bank fails. For example:

  • Boats
  • Fine Art
  • Trailers

Mineral interest sales may include:

  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Water

Other Asset Sales Event(s)

FF&E assets are commonly liquidated through an FDIC third-party contractor.

Description Date(s) Location/Type

There are no other asset sales event announcements at this time.

Purchaser Documents

To request a hard copy of the following forms, please visit the Public Information Center for more information. Information about how to download and use these files is at PDF Help & Word Help

Purchaser Eligibility Certification

A certification executed by a prospective purchaser asserting their eligibility to purchase assets of failed financial institutions from the FDIC.


An agreement executed by a prospective bidder as a prerequisite to accessing evaluation materials as part of an FDIC property sale.
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Mineral Interests

FDIC acquires oil and gas interests through failed banks. When an oil and gas interest is identified as part of FDIC's inventory, FDIC values, verifies title, resolves any title issues, and manages the asset (which may include entering into a lease or contracting for its maintenance), to maximize the value returned to the FDIC. The primary disposition strategy FDIC uses for oil and gas interests is to offer them for sale at auction through an oil and gas contractor, currently Energynet (