DALLAS — A Hobbs, N.M., apartment complex that defaulted on revenue bonds issued by the Southeastern New Mexico Affordable Housing Corp. will go on the market for a second time after bondholders rejected a short sale last fall, officials said.

Chris Herbert, president of the New Mexico Eastern Regional Housing ­Authority, said his agency hopes to get a second request for proposals published before August. The authority needs approval of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to sell the 88-unit complex, known as Casa Hermosa ­Apartments.

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