The Real Deal Miami

Mortgage delinquencies rise, insurers want to change coverage … and more

December 10, 2008 04:57PM

1. Commercial mortgage delinquencies rise [Commercial Property News]
2. State Farm wants 67 percent increase of property insurance rates [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Office Depot to close 112 stores [Miami Herald]
4. Palm Beach town council opposes port feasibility study [Palm Beach Daily]
5. California restaurant chain coming to Boca Raton [SFBJ]
6. Broward courthouse construction may return to ballot [Sun-Sentinel]
7. Former hotel exec Tollman could forfeit home if he fails to pay settlement [Palm Beach Daily]
8. Citizens Property Insurance may stop covering $1 million homes [Sun-Sentinel]
9. Owners of Fort Lauderdale’s Wachovia Plaza want to oust property manager [SFBJ]
10. Royal Palm Beach to hold foreclosure workshop Saturday [Palm Beach Post]
11. Could housing hit a false bottom soon? [Inman]
12. $190 million Miami land deal might not close [Condo Vultures]
13. Optimism won’t save Florida market [TC Palm]
14. Real estate still selling in Sunny Isles Beach [TransWorldNews]
15. Foreclosures increase pending home sales [WSJ]
16. Homebuilders lobby for loan alterations [WSJ
17. Inventory shrinks in many metropolitan areas [WSJ]