The Real Deal Miami

Palm Beach County building department cuts hours, Broward County approves Sunrise developments … and more

February 11, 2009 05:50PM

1. Palm Beach County building department cuts hours as foreclosures drop [Palm Beach Post]
2. Company convicted of filing false reports on behalf of construction companies [Miami Herald]
3. Regulator urges foreclosure halt; foreclosures drop nationwide in January [SFBJ] and [WSJ]
4. 2006 home buyers probably owe more than homes are worth [Sun-Sentinel] and [SFBJ]
5. Broward County approves two mixed-use developments in Sunrise [Sun-Sentinel]
6. Did drug money fund Broward mayor’s home renovation? [Broward New Times]
7. Delray questions public housing project [Sun-Sentinel]
8. Mortgage fraud means higher home taxes in South Florida [Miami New Times]
9. Florida foreclosures drop in January [SFBJ]
10. Flagler changes strategies amid downturn [GlobeSt]
11. Legislators could halt Everglades land purchase [Sun-Sentinel]
12. Buyers pursue discount homes in South Florida [WSJ]
13. W South Beach will have rooms available in June [HotelChatter]
14. Canada’s TD Bank comes to Coral Gables [Miami Today]
15. Senators announce $789 billion stimulus [NYT]
16. Mortgage applications dropped last week [Bloomberg]
17. Property investment to continue falling this year [Bloomberg]
18. Fannie will expand mortgage rules for investors [Bloomberg]
19. Some dive into housing market [WSJ]