The Real Deal Miami

Family refuses to leave foreclosed home, Obama’s housing plan depends on Fannie and Freddie … and more

February 24, 2009 05:39PM

1. Family of 12 refuses to leave foreclosed home [Just News]
2. Even with discounts, occupancy falls at South Florida hotels, survey says [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Most commercial real estate lenders expect loans to increase [SFBJ]
4. Track your home’s value on Mint.com [Future of Real Estate Marketing]
5. House bill could loosen mortgage modification provisions [CNN Money]
6. Stock analyst Robert Prechter advises closing short positions on stocks [Bloomberg]
7. Hotel real estate legend Greg Dillon dies [National Real Estate Investor]
8. Carlton launches $300 million first mortgage fund [National Real Estate Investor]
9. Obama’s housing plan depends on Fannie and Freddie [CNN Money]
10. Profits fall for U.S. retailers [BBC]
11. Lenders see problems with Obama plan [Inman]
12. Nearly 50 percent of apartment landlords lower rents [National Real Estate Investor]
13. Hardest hit markets unlikely to see relief [WSJ]