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New York is the most densely populated county in the United States. When thinking of buying property in, say, Manhattan, one has to think about space. Property prices, like everything else, are higher in New York, which provides all the more reason to research well and invest in bank foreclosures. Everybody wants to get more for their money, and investing in a bank foreclosure home can make that happen. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or resell property, it is a good thing to have a look at the foreclosure listings in your area.

The internet has comprehensive search New York foreclosure listings. Many websites even include good videos, pictures, and sometimes a virtual tour of foreclosed property. These websites often have user-friendly property search panels, enabling you to view results faster and more easily. Real estate internet sites are competitive and there are many sites to choose from that can provide useful information for your research.  

Researching property prices on the internet is very easy, which will allow you to compare property prices in various places. It is a good idea to know what the usual going price is for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom house with a garage.

Local papers also have property listings as well as foreclosure listings. Most good newspapers will have a pull-out property section at the back which has those listings. Another option is to buy more specialised property magazines. Some of these can be found online, such as the New York Magazine.

Finding a good realtor is one of the best things you can do. Find an aggressive realtor who has experience in buying New York bank foreclosures and who is familiar with foreclosure listings. Another option is to walk into a bank to ask if they have any foreclosure listings. Simply ask to speak to somebody in the bank who can give you advice. It is surprising how many of these personnel a bank may have.

Finally, you can go back to the basics and simply walk around the neighbourhood, look at houses that seem vacant but don't have the estate agents' "For Sale" sign. Then walk into the nearest estate agent and ask about the property.