New York Tax Deed Sales

New York City County New York

Tax Deed Sales

New York City County has its county seat in New York City, and its population in 2000 was 8008278. A map showing the location of all New York counties is available at http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/maps/new_york_map.html. For more information about New York City County, visit the county's website at: http://www.nyc.gov

New York Tax Deed Sales Process

 

There are 62 counties in the state of New York. Tax collections are handled at the county level and by the cities and municipalities that have charters and provisions for the collection of  taxes. Tax lien certificates can be sold, as is the case in New York City and Nassau County. Both counties and cities authorize public auctions. Sales are usually conducted in April or August, but the dates can vary. Many counties in New York retain a private firm to handle tax sales and auctions.

 

Legal age requirements, which differ for different classes of properties, refer to the age of the oldest tax lien on an individual property’s balance. For Class 2 (multiple dwellings, excluding cooperatives and condominiums), Class 3 (utility properties), and Class 4 (commercial, industrial) properties, a property’s entire balance of delinquent charges is eligible for sale once the oldest tax lien remains unpaid for at least one year.

 

For Class 1 (one thru five family homes) and Class 2 (residential condos and co-ops) properties, a property’s entire balance of delinquent charges is eligible for sale once the oldest tax lien remains unpaid for at least three years. 

 

Some municipalities (e.g., New York City) do not offer liens for sale to individual investors or the general public. Check the rules in your area. Also, sales can be crowded.

Rogue Real Estate Investor Collection contains detailed information on tax sales in all 50 states, including New York tax deed sales.

New York City County Tax Deed Sales

Tax deed sales in New York are generally conducted by the Treasurer's Office or the Real Property Services Office (or other county department which handles tax sales). You can visit the New York City County Treasurer's or Real Property Services website (or other county department which handles tax sales) at:

               http://www.nyc.gov/html/dof/html/home/home.shtml

Information about tax sales in this county is available online at:

               http://www.nyc.gov/html/dof/html/property/property_bill_taxlien.shtml#60day AND http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/liensale.html AND http://www.jer.com/JERrevserv/JERRS-NYC-Overview.asp?f=23

If there is no information online or you have additional questions, the Treasurer's Office or the Real Property Services Office (or other county department which handles tax sales) can be contacted at:

 

              Address: 66 John St. 13th Floor, NY NY 10038

              Phone: 212-504-4039

Many counties in New York retain a private firm to handle tax sales and auctions. New York City County retains the following firm:

JER Revenue Services: http://www.jer.com/JERrevserv/JERRS-NYC-Overview.asp?f=23

Upcoming Sales

 

The next tax sale for New York City County is scheduled for: No online information. 

 

 

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