AMONG Westchester properties that have recently been forced into foreclosure are a $1 million house in Harrison, one costing $1.5 million in Scarsdale, a 1,850-dwelling condominium project in Yonkers that is $28 million in arrears, and a $75,000 house in Yonkers.
What they represent is the wide range of properties in the county that are in trouble, said Roger Sirlin, a lawyer in Mamaroneck who specializes in real estate.
Falling real estate prices, a faltering economy and loss of jobs have all contributed to the foreclosures, which number more than at any time in recent memory, Mr. Sirlin said.
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