Any application involving a foreclosure must contain a separate statement from the moving party affixed to the front of the application that the action does or does not fit the criteria for inclusion in the residential foreclosure program.
Judicial foreclosure auctions are held in Bronx Supreme Court on Mondays at 2:00 PM in Room 600 at the Bronx County Courthouse.
These auctions apply to the sale of real property. They do not include the sale of co-operative apartments.
The Court does not provide lists of properties up for sale.
Notices of Sale on foreclosed properties shall be served on the Ex-Parte Office at least ten (10) days prior to the scheduled date.
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Conferences are scheduled for those eligible pursuant to CPLR 3408.
Settlement Conferences for the Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Part are held virtually per the Notices sent out via Microsoft Teams, if the case is e-filed, or by regular mail. For more information on settlement conferences, please refer to the Rules of the Foreclosure Settlement Conference Part.
Tax lien foreclosure cases will also be conferenced in the Settlement Part. See Memorandum September 9, 2021
Help for Homeowners in Foreclosure
The following agencies offer services to assist homeowners who may find themselves faced with foreclosure.
The Legal Aid Society
Bronx Legal Services
New York Legal Assistance Group
Brooklyn Housing & Family Services, Inc.
Call 311 - ask for Foreclosure Prevention Resources
Please note that Orders of Reference in Bronx Supreme Court get stamped with the following language: “Pursuant to CPLR 8003(a) and in the discretion of the court, a fee of $250.00 shall be paid to the Referee upon the filing of his report, and in accordance with CPLR 8003 (b), the statutory fee shall be paid to the Referee at the time of the foreclosure sale.”