New York Tax Deeds

In New York, the tax collector or treasurer will sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sale.

Tax Sale Type: Tax Deeds (Sec. 1166 (1) New Window)

Contact: County Tax Collector (Sec. 1102 New Window)

Bid Procedure: Premium Bid (Sec. 1102 (3) New Window)

Law: New York Real Property Tax Law, Chapter 50-a, Article 11, "PROCEDURES FOR ENFORCEMENT OF COLLECTION OF DELINQUENT TAXES" New Window

Additional Notes:

New York City's Tax Lien Certificate Sale: The city of New York holds an annual tax lien sale, the winning bidder will receive a tax lien certificate.

Learn more at the following web address: http://www.nyc.gov/.

New York Tax Sale Discussion

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George
1,How do we go about bidding on line?
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Learn more about New York City tax lien certificates at the following link:http://www.nyc.gov/html/dof/html/pr operty/property_bill_taxlien.shtml
Gene
http://www.nyc.gov/html/dof/html/pdf/lie n_sale/90_day_packet.pdfCAN ANYONE BUY LIENS?The City only sells liens to a single authorized buyer, and not tothe general public. Please do not contact us about purchasingliens.
Gene
I just went to the NYC website. This site says they sell tax liens. But when I went there, NYC says they only sell to 1 authorized buyer, and not to general public, and not to contact them. Should you remove NYC from your list then?
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The bidder with the greatest bid amount wins the right to purchase the New York tax deed property.
Peter Bradley
I'm really interested in New York tax sale properties can someone please explain the bidding process?
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Counties located in New York

The following is a list of counties located in the state of New York.

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following counties are sold at New York county tax sales.

Learn more about each county's individual tax sale process by clicking on the name of the county for which you are interested from the list below:

County / Municipality:  Population: 
Albany County, NY  294,565
Allegany County, NY  49,927
Broome County, NY  200,536
Cattaraugus County, NY  83,955
Cayuga County, NY  81,963
Chautauqua County, NY  139,750
Chemung County, NY  91,070
Chenango County, NY  51,401
Clinton County, NY  79,894
Columbia County, NY  63,094
Cortland County, NY  48,599
Delaware County, NY  48,055
Dutchess County, NY  280,150
Erie County, NY  950,265
Essex County, NY  38,851
Franklin County, NY  51,134
Fulton County, NY  55,073
Genesee County, NY  60,370
Greene County, NY  48,195
Hamilton County, NY  5,379
Herkimer County, NY  64,427
Jefferson County, NY  111,738
Lewis County, NY  26,944
Livingston County, NY  64,328
Madison County, NY  69,441
Monroe County, NY  735,343
Montgomery County, NY  49,708
Nassau County, NY  1,334,544
New York City County, NY  8,008,278
Niagara County, NY  219,846
Oneida County, NY  235,469
Onondaga County, NY  458,336
Ontario County, NY  100,224
Orange County, NY  341,367
Orleans County, NY  44,171
Oswego County, NY  122,377
Otsego County, NY  61,676
Putnam County, NY  95,745
Rensselaer County, NY  152,538
Rockland County, NY  286,753
Saratoga County, NY  200,635
Schenectady County, NY  146,555
Schoharie County, NY  31,582
Schuyler County, NY  19,224
Seneca County, NY  33,342
St. Lawrence County, NY  111,931
Steuben County, NY  98,726
Suffolk County, NY  1,419,369
Sullivan County, NY  73,966
Tioga County, NY  51,784
Tompkins County, NY  96,501
Ulster County, NY  177,749
Warren County, NY  63,303
Washington County, NY  61,042
Wayne County, NY  93,765
Westchester County, NY  923,459
Wyoming County, NY  43,424
Yates County, NY  24,621

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State Tax Sale Summaries

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