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Real property is any land, including land improvements or structures that are purchased with award funds, excluding movable machinery, and equipment.
Title to real property remains with the recipient, provided that the recipient uses the property for the authorized purpose of the project. Recipient use of real property for other federally sponsored projects requires prior approval and is limited to projects with purposes consistent with the original HRSA project.
When the real property is no longer needed, the recipient must request disposition instructions from HRSA. Depending on individual circumstances, different options for disposition are available. Disposition may include sale of the property, transfer to another service provider, or some other method. Recipients should contact their GMS for disposition instructions.