WASHINGTON - More than 300 thrift institutions face a deadline Wednesday for writing off 15% of their investments in real estate subsidiaries.

The partial writedown, amounting to $480 million, comes on top of previous hits totaling $800 million as mandated by the 1989 thrift-bailout law, which required a phaseout of real estate development activities.

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