Foreclosure.com Releases Foreclosed Homes In New York 'Fast Facts'

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Nation’s leading foreclosure source digs through New York data, unearthing several distressed real estate nuggets in "Empire State."

"We sifted through New York foreclosure data, extrapolating several interesting and ‘fast’ facts that we hope will shine a light on the distressed real estate situation in one of the nation’s most desirable and populated locations."

Foreclosure.com analyzed New York foreclosure data in Jan. 2013, highlighting several unique distressed real estate situations in the “Empire State,” as well as revealing the search behavior of website visitors.

The information, which included the “most viewed,” “cheapest” and “most equitable” foreclosed homes in New York, were featured on an InfoGraphic with property photos and other details. Foreclosure.com also revealed the “most viewed” foreclosure on its website in Jan. 2013 – a one-bedroom/one-bathroom single-family home in Flushing, Queens – and the “most searched” cities statewide.

That’s not all.

To view/download the New York foreclosures InfoGraphic visit: http://www.foreclosure.com/articlecenter/cheapest-foreclosed-home-new-york-average-list-price-distressed-real-estate-stats/

“There were more than 1,700 active foreclosures in New York, approximately, in January 2013,” said Foreclosure.com Vice President James Houston. “We sorted through them all, extrapolating several interesting and ‘fast’ facts that we hope will shine a light on the distressed real estate situation in one of the nation’s most desirable and populated locations.”

Local governments, media sources, investors and others interested in specific foreclosure-related information and/or InfoGraphics should contact Thomas Myers at (561) 988-9669 ext. 7381 or tmyers(at)foreclosure(dot)com about the potential custom reports that Foreclosure.com can provide.

About Foreclosure.com
With more than 2 million preforeclosure, short sale, foreclosure, Sheriff sale, foreclosure auction, bank repossessed (bankruptcy), HUD homes, foreclosed homes for rent to own and tax lien listings in one place, Foreclosure.com delivers America’s largest and most accurate searchable database of distressed real estate and investment property information. Based in Boca Raton, Fla., Foreclosure.com works directly with hundreds of top lending institutions and government agencies to list diverse property types on its website, as well as features listings from an extensive network of corporate sellers. As a result, the company has been recognized by high profile media outlets and prestigious non-profit industry groups alike as the number one rated distressed property listing resource available anywhere. Foreclosure.com offers much more than just real estate listings, connecting sellers, buyers and agents in one convenient location as a one-stop real estate marketplace.

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http://www.foreclosure.com/articlecenter/cheapest-foreclosed-home-new-york-average-list-price-distressed-real-estate-stats/

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