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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL. Federal Asset Sales. Tom Geronikos, MAI Senior Realty Officer OECM, MA June 6, 2008. REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL. Real estate disposal is processed in a variety of ways. Demolition Sale by GSA Conveyance by Department New emphasis on real estate disposal

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real estate disposal

REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL

Federal

Asset

Sales

Tom Geronikos, MAI

Senior Realty Officer

OECM, MA

June 6, 2008

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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • Real estate disposal is processed in a variety of ways.
    • Demolition
    • Sale by GSA
    • Conveyance by Department
  • New emphasis on real estate disposal
  • Current legislation in Congress
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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • Focus of Process
    • All real estate sales must be reported to OMB
      • OMB has mandated the use of a variety of electronic portals to process sales
    • DOE uses the GSA portal
      • Reported excess properties go to GSA
      • After sale is made, GSA will report to us.
      • We verify quarterly sales with field
        • GSA
        • DOE
    • Results reported back to OMB through GSA
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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • Using the FIMS Archive
    • FIMS is used to identify properties “sold” for the previous quarter
    • The data is used for verification purposes with the properties reported to DOE by GSA
      • There should be a one to one match
    • In order for FIMS to be an effective management tool, it is pertinent that properties are Archived in a timely fashion
      • To ensure that the properties are Archived, it is critical that the FIMS Admin be notified of the sold properties
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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • E-mail response of May 22, 2008 from GSA:
    • “Tom:  All of our Regional performance measures are based on the actual award date.  I don't understand your comment about  Region 7 reporting sales as of the date of deed signature,  I'm not sure who they would have reported that to.  Besides the eFAS performance measures, GSA is also required to report our performance measures to the GSA Administrator and OMB.  To ensure our performance is measured on activities we control we base  all of our cycle time measures on awarddate and report our sales figures on an award date.  This is because in some transactions the property is actually deeded by the landholding agency and in those cases GSA does not control the transaction.  Consequently, we use the award date for performance measures because  that date still falls under our control.  Granted the GSA Region 7 POC was correct in their assessment that the sale is not final until the final funds are received.  However, I could add you also need to complete the deed and have it officially recorded.  I apologize if this has caused some confusion.”
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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • REMINDER
    • Advise
      • Which properties are currently at GSA for disposal
      • What was date of submission
    • Reason
      • Data accuracy
      • Program monitoring
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REAL ESTATE DISPOSAL
  • CONCLUSION
    • Reporting requirements are your responsibility
    • Process is to shared by all