The Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE, — State officials say New Mexico has received $3.3 million to help provide legal assistance to homeowners facing foreclosure.
The money is from a 2014 settlement with Bank of America and its subsidiaries over mortgage practices.
Terms of the settlement restrict use of the money to foreclosure prevention legal assistance and community redevelopment.
In New Mexico, the money will be awarded to legal aid groups based on grant applications.