New program could decrease foreclosures-WEB ONLY

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A new federal program will try to address the high number of foreclosed homes by giving prospective homebuyers millions of dollars in incentives. Under the new 18-month program, Indiana will use federal money to fund no-interest loans for people considering buying foreclosed properties. Qualified home buyers could get up to $15,000 from a market-stabilization fund, and the federal home bank will match with another loan of up to $10,000.

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