Freddie Mac sees record high delinquency rates, FDIC rescue proposal expected tomorrow … and more

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Sep.September 28, 2009 04:59 PM

1. The Yankee Stadium Gate 2 landmark saga heats up [NYDN]

2. Gravesend house sells for $10.26 million, marking biggest sale of the year in Brooklyn [Brownstoner via Curbed] 
3. Singer Bjork and husband reportedly moving to Brooklyn Heights [Brownstoner via NYO]
4. Examining co-ops, after foreclosure [NYT]
5. Optimistic figures emerge on how Bedford-Stuyvesant is faring in the downturn [NYT via Brownstoner]
6. Group raising funds for tennis center in Williamsburg [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Low rates of subprime lending leads to greater stability in Queens [NYT]

8. Taking a closer look at Mount Hope neighborhood in the Bronx [NYT]

9. Roxbury, Conn. residents hope fall season will change housing sales [NYT]
10. Bank regulators expected to propose FDIC rescue plan tomorrow [Reuters] 
11. Bernanke reports gap between 30-year mortgage interest rates and government notes [Bloomberg]

12. Data shows low mortgages may not be here to stay [Sober Look]
13. Zillow says tax credit not enough to bring in many homebuyers [Housing Wire]
14. Freddie Mac sees record-high delinquency rates on single-family homes [Truth about Mortgage]
15. How to determine the real cost of buying a home [Houlihan Lawrence blog]
16. 30-year home loan rates remain steady [Washington Post]
17. Fitch downgrades four classes of collateralized debt obligation notes [Housing Wire]
18. Time running out for first-time homebuyer tax credit, as congress debates extension plan [Washington Post]
19. Activists and politicians debate a new café in Union Square Park [Post]
20. “Another World” actress Linda Dano is selling her Upper West Side condo for $1.7 million [Real Estalker]
21. Members of the Southampton Historical Society pose for racy calendar to raise money for building renovations [NYDN]
22. NY Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams says the fashion industry started on the Lower East Side [Post]
23. More Craiglist postings are from tenants looking for friends, not just roommates [Gothamist]

 

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