The Justice Department on Tuesday settled accusations against a New Mexico bank it charged with discriminating against Hispanic consumers who applied for loans to buy mobile homes.

First National Bank of Donna Ana County agreed to a $585,000 settlement. The bank will spend $485,000 to reimburse loan applicants who were improperly denied credit and $100,000 to subsidize loans for mobile homes purchased by Hispanic consumers.

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