WASHINGTON — The Treasury said Wednesday it will pay the mortgage-servicing arms of CitiGroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and four others a combined maximum of $9.9 billion to modify home loans and avoid foreclosures.

The payments are part of a $75 billion incentive plan aimed at stemming the foreclosure crisis.

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