A state pension fund and a General Motors subsidiary have agreed to jointly finance a low-cost housing program, state Treasurer Kathleen Brown announced late last week.

Under the agreement. Residential Funding Corp., a subsidiary of General Motors Acceptance Corp., will provide a $25 million line of credit that will be used to invest in housing construction projects. The state Public Employees' Retirement System and other investors will commit $87 million.

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