The Real Deal Miami

Cinema company sells theaters, banks not ready to implement federal mortgage plan … and more

March 19, 2009 06:19PM

1. Cinema company sells Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Davie theaters [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Many South Floridians can’t refinance, even with better mortgage rates [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Another foreclosure rescuer sued in Florida [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
4. Miami building to become charter school [Just News]
5. Ocean Bank files three foreclosure suits against Miami Beach, Golden Beach properties [SFBJ]
6. Broward breaks ground on social services center [Sun-Sentinel]
7. Regions bank files foreclosure suit against Pompano project [SFBJ]
8. Hotel tax could fund tourism police [Miami Herald]
9. Cloisters at Lake Worth development faces foreclosure [SFBJ]
10. White House launches Web site to help homeowners [Miami Herald]
11. New 105,000-square-foot car dealership opens [Palm Beach Post]
12. Bankrupt retailers want more time to consider leases [CoStar]
13. Hoteliers try new strategies in recession [National Real Estate Investor]
14. Search engine offers new rental price data [TechCrunch]
15. America’s declining cities [Forbes]
16. Federal Reserve said it will boost purchase of mortgage-backed securities [Inman]
17. Banks not ready to implement federal mortgage plan [CNN Money]
18. Lending outlook tough for commercial real estate [CoStar]
19. Mortgage rate of 3.5 percent seems likely [Seeking Alpha]
20. Rising cap rates add to real estate worries [CoStar]
21. Maturing loans could delay commercial market recovery [National Real Estate Investor]
22. How to dispute a property tax assessment [This Old House]
23. Student housing prices have stayed steady [National Real Estate Investor]
24. Mortgage rates are low, but so are approval rates [CNN Money]
25. Commercial real estate prices plunge [Reuters]
26. GE real estate losses could reach $3.6 billion [Bloomberg]
27. Biltmore Hotel adds cooking school [Miami Herald]
28. Proposed stadium builder fined over campaign contributions [Miami Herald]