WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision has cut some of the red tape for savings associations that want to invest in low- and moderate- income housing.

Previously, thrifts seeking to make community development investments under the Home Owners' Loan Act had to get prior approval from the OTS unless their investment was in an area receiving "concentrated development assistance" under the Housing and Community Development Act.

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