Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity volunteer and former board member Frank Hayes takes a look around one of the three lots the organization recently purchased in a neighborhood east of Aztec High School. (Photo: Mike Easterling/The Daily Times)
FARMINGTON — The generosity of an anonymous landowner has allowed the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity to acquire three lots in an Aztec neighborhood at a fraction of their market value.
The quarter-acre lots are located on Zia Street east of Aztec High School, and they were purchased in January by the Tres Rios chapter of the nonprofit organization that builds affordable homes for low-income families.
Hope Tyler, the Tres Rios chapter public relations director, said the properties were made available to the Christian housing ministry at a significant discount. She described the transactions as essentially a donation by the seller.
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Tres Rios Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian ministry that brings the community together to build quality,