Mortgage foreclosure filings across New York state dropped 46 percent between 2013 and 2018 according to a report issued by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, titled, “Foreclosure Update: Signs of Progress”
Interestingly, local communities have not stopped looking at vacant property registration ordinances as we see in Ulster.
Whether it’s the realization that it’s a valuable tool regardless of statistics or its preparing for the eventual cyclical downturn in the housing market, well done.
To view a report from Globest.com, please click here.
To view Comptroller DiNapoli’s press release, please click here.
To view the report, please click here.