Water in Furnace Ducting
My first question would be how much water? If it is minimal and the leaky area can be rerouted, then a water vapor remover is a possibility. A co-worker has one and he used it to remove the mold and moisture from his very water damaged bathroom. It was $3k but they can be rented.
I'd say the real issue is the continual leak if it is persistant and then if there are mold concerns. Rerouting pipes is a popular and cheap way to resolve slab leaks.
If the issue is ground water seaping into the ducts and not pipes, maybe you can have a Rescue Rooter type place do an "inside the pipe" re-pipe. They run a balloon through the broken pipe and when it expands and dries, it works like a new pipe.
My constant project is my home which was built in 1947. I have remodeled almost all of it and am in the process of finishing off a 1000 square foot addition. Lars Construction got me up to drywall and I am doing the rest. You can see many galleries of it
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under Galleries and then House.