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Web site helps you buy foreclosed homes

Citizen Staff Writer



The Arizona Department of Housing has opened its cyberdoors to Arizonans interested in buying foreclosed homes.

The Web site – www.yourwayhomeaz.com – details the programs the state, counties and cities have put together to get foreclosed homes off the market.

Arizona received $121 million as part of the federal Neighborhood Stabilization Plan. Together, Pima County and Tucson got about $13 million.

Down payment assistance will be available through the state in July, according to a news release from the Housing Department.

Information about city and county programs will also be posted on the Web site.

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