If the property is already in foreclosure, it is owned by the bank. It would not be in our REBNY (Real Estate Board of NY) system. Your best bet is to contact banks directly. I am not sure if you are referring to Manhattan specifically. In Manhattan there are almost no foreclosures, because the vast majority of properties you can own in Manhattan are co-ops, and co-op boards have more stringent requirements than banks. The other boroughs have had a minor short sale/foreclosure problem, but nothing like the rest of the country.