The Bronx Remains Least Active Foreclosure Market In NYC, Despite 74% YOY Increase

Published on July 03, 2024, 2:32 pm
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The NYC foreclosure market has been slow to recover post-moratorium: Year-over-year, NYC foreclosures have stagnated, showing only a minimal 1% increase in Q2 2024 — just 5 more than during the same period last year. As of Q2 2024, foreclosure levels are only at 53% of those in Q1 2020, the last quarter before CoViD-19 shutdowns. 

Meanwhile, despite a 74% year-over-year increase (or 14 cases), the Bronx remains the least active foreclosure market in NYC. It accounted for just 9% of the city’s 366 first-time foreclosures in Q2 2024, with 33 cases. 

Key Takeaways: 

  • The highest concentration of Bronx foreclosures — a total of 6 cases —was in zip code 10462, covering parts of Bronxdale, Parkchester and Van Nest
  • Although the Bronx logged an 82% rise in pre-foreclosures Q-o-Q, that translated to a minor increase from 11 to 20 first-time filings, remaining the least active pre-foreclosure market in the city 

more insights and market-specific data, check out our full report here.

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