The 2021 lien sale was held on December 17, 2021. Only liens for property taxes and charges were sold; water and sewer liens were not included.
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2020 Lien Sale List (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island)
2019 Lien Sale List (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island)
2018 Lien Sale List
2017 Lien Sale List
2016 Lien Sale List
2015 Lien Sale List
2014 Lien Sale List
2013 Lien Sale List
2012 Lien Sale List
2011 Lien Sale List (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island)
Payment agreements are available whether or not your property has been noticed for a tax lien sale. Any property owner who is interested in paying their property taxes in installments may apply.
If your property has been noticed for a lien sale, entering into a payment agreement or bringing an existing payment agreement up to date will remove your property from the lien sale list. Use our payment agreement estimator to help you estimate what you will owe for each installment.
You can download a Property Tax Payment Agreement Request form from our website. Scan and upload your completed form at our Customer Self-Service Center.
The NYC Department of Finance recognizes that an unexpected event or hardship may make it difficult for you to pay your property taxes. If you qualify for the Property Tax and Interest Deferral (PT AID) program, you can defer your property tax payments so that you can remain in your home. The Property Tax and Interest Deferral program removes properties from the tax lien sale once an application is complete.
To apply for a PT AID payment agreement, download and complete the PT AID initial application below, or call 311 for assistance. (If you did not file a federal or state tax return last year, you will also need to submit the PT AID income worksheet.)
If you have defaulted on a property tax payment agreement, you may be eligible to file an Extenuating Circumstances Payment Plan Reinstatement Request.
The Department of Finance has participated in temporary task forces established by local law to review and evaluate the tax lien sale program. Further information is on the Lien Sale Task Force page.
The Department of Finance has made the data for all NYC properties available on the NYC Open Data portal for download. Visit the Open Data page for more information.