How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in New York?
The length of time that it takes to foreclose on a property in New York can vary significantly. New York foreclosures occur through the court system so each case is handled differently depending on the court’s schedule and the facts of the case. Most estimates put the average length of the New York foreclosure process anywhere between 6 and 18 months.
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