The Real Deal Miami

Property taxes may increase more than expected, renters left out of housing bailout … and more

March 09, 2009 05:46PM

1. Palm Beach County property taxes may go up more than expected [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Developer of Fort Myers’ Oasis condominium faces lawsuits and liens [Fort Myers News-Press]
3. Hollywood downtown design to be discussed at meeting tomorrow [Sun-Sentinel]
4. Hotel Indigo opens four Florida locations in three months [GlobeSt]
5. Some optimistic about Florida housing market [NPR]
6. Four indicted for scheme to defraud mortgage lender [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
7. Gym at Gansevoort South hotel gets attention [Hotel Chatter]
8. Renters left out of housing bailout [WSJ]
9. Older homeowners struggle to keep up with mortgages, taxes [Inman]
10. Recession could last up to 36 months [CNBC]
11. Houses most affordable in 40 years [NYT via The Day]
12. RE/MAX Dolphin Real Estate closes 11 offices without losing employees [Inman]
13. Whole Foods to sell 13 stores [NYT]
14. U.S. economy could be headed for depression [Bloomberg]
15. Best Buy could see benefits from Circuit City closure [Market Watch]