Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 56. Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Section 210. Market Stabilization Powers.
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AS 18.56.210. Market Stabilization Powers.

(a) If the board determines that it is in the best interest of the corporation, the corporation may take appropriate action under this section to stabilize the market price of and demand for residential housing in the state. To accomplish the purposes of this section, the corporation may

(1) make and execute necessary agreements and conveyances under which a borrower may exchange residential housing securing a mortgage loan owned, held, or sold by the corporation for other residential housing owned by the corporation;

(2) repurchase a mortgage loan sold or pledged by the corporation for the purpose of exercising a power conferred by this section;

(3) for the purpose of qualifying residential housing situated in a condominium project for the best available financing for mortgage loans, make and execute agreements and contracts necessary to encourage all owners who occupy units in a condominium project that is not eligible for financing under this chapter to exchange their ownership interest for a condominium unit owned by the corporation in another project;

(4) make and execute appropriate agreements with insurers, investors, and guarantors concerning the temporary removal of residential housing owned by the corporation from the resale market;

(5) convert residential housing owned by the corporation that is designed and constructed for owner occupancy to another beneficial use;

(6) make bulk sales of property owned by the corporation under procedures and terms the corporation determines are in the best interests of the corporation;

(7) after giving due consideration to the interests of competing individual sellers of residential housing, provide financing under terms established by the board to promote the sale of residential housing owned by the corporation;

(8) invest funds of the corporation in the removal and disposal of substandard publicly owned residential housing if the board of directors determines that the investment is prudent, properly secured, and in the long-term best interests of the corporation;

(9) create subsidiary entities to implement a power conferred by this section and to provide insurance under AS 18.56.093 and 18.56.095;

(10) purchase loans from the former housing assistance loan fund (former AS 44.47.380 ) if and only if the payments of principal and interest on the loans, or amounts equal to the payments of principal and interest on the loans, are deposited in a separate fund of the corporation to be used for the purposes, and subject to the standards and criteria, of former AS 44.47.360 - 44.47.560 as those statutes provided on June 10, 1988; and

(11) take other actions necessary, convenient, or desirable to carry out the powers granted in this subsection.

(b) The corporation shall implement the powers conferred by (a) of this section by adopting regulations under AS 18.56.088 .

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