New York providing grants to boost zombie property law compliance

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – New York is now holding companies accountable for so-called "zombie properties." The law goes into effect Tuesday. According to the law, banks and mortgage services.

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State issues first zombie house fine. The New York Department of Financial Services said the mortgage firm failed its obligations with the vacant and abandoned New Lebanon property for at least.

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The grant of $9 million is an extension to the 2016 Zombie Remediation and Prevention Initiative created by the Office of the New York Attorney General, the release stated.

GRANNY, MARRY ME?  SHOOTING GRANNY TURNS HER GHOST! 5 Days Ending! (FGTEEV Barely Escapes House #2) These grants are a continuation of the 2016 Zombie Remediation and Prevention Initiative created by the Office of the New York Attorney General, which provided nearly $13 million in grants to 76 New York municipalities. This year’s grant will allow previous recipients to continue their previous work, or will give first-time grantees the opportunity to secure funding to support their zombie and vacant property efforts.

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The city of Glens Falls is applying for another round of funding to crack down on “zombie properties.” Glens falls seeking state grants to fight ‘zombie’ properties | Local | poststar.com You.

On June 23, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law legislation passed just days earlier that, among other things, is designed to tackle New York state’s "zombie property" problem. The term "zombie property" refers to a residential property abandoned by a homeowner after the initiation of a foreclosure action but prior to the completion of such action.

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New state law aimed at ‘zombie’ homes. A proposed new state law looks like good news for the neighbors of so-called "zombie properties" that have been abandoned by homeowners in foreclosure.

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