New York, NY, November 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- PropertyShark.com, the premier real estate research site, today released its monthly report covering first-time residential New York City foreclosures
for October 2010.
Key Report Findings
The number of new scheduled New York City foreclosure auctions (247) was up 16% in October 2010 compared to September 2010, and was down 21% from October 2009 (314).
With one in every 6,633 households scheduled for auction for the first time, Queens properties comprised 48% of the new foreclosures in New York City.
Compared to September 2010, the number of new Manhattan foreclosures
(15) increased 114%, Brooklyn foreclosures
(52) were up 126%, scheduled foreclosures in the Bronx were up 48%, while Queens foreclosures (118) were down 3%, and Staten Island foreclosures were down 26%.
Compared to October 2009, Queens was down 37% and Staten Island down 36%, Bronx was up 79%, Manhattan was up 25%, while Brooklyn remained level.
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