The Real Deal Miami

Selling of construction bonds essential to stadium, new home sales rise nationally … and more

March 25, 2009 06:01PM

1. Selling of construction bonds essential to Marlins stadium progress [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Court freezes Madoff’s brother’s assets, including Palm Beach house [Palm Beach Post]
3. Dania Beach condos facing foreclosure [SFBJ]
4. What will Marlins stadium deal mean for mayor’s legacy? [Miami Herald]
5. Freddie Mac hires West Palm Beach-based Ocwen Financial [Palm Beach Post]
6. Everglades lodge needs to be replaced, editorial says [Miami Herald]
7. More people nationwide searching for homes in Palm Beach and Broward counties [Sun-Sentinel]
8. New home sales rise nationally [SFBJ], [Inman] and [BusinessWeek]
9. Congress thinks it can revise Hope for Homeowners program [CNN Money]
10. Mortgage applications jump 30 percent [CNN Money]
11. Not enough due diligence in the housing market, Ed Zimmer says [Seeking Alpha]
12. Real estate agents have become shrinks [The Real Estate Bloggers]
13. Seniors look to liquidate life insurance instead of pursuing reverse mortgages [Inman]
14. Market rises on home sale numbers [The Business Insider]
15. Brokerage size is an issue [Inman]
16. New home sales still far from previous levels [Seeking Alpha]