Keller Williams offering job-loss protection, W Fort Lauderdale opening delayed … and more

March 26, 2009 06:21PM

1. Keller Williams Realty to offer job-loss protection to South Florida customers [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Former Miami Beach city planner pleads guilty to taking bribes from developers [Miami Herald]
3. South Florida remains nation’s toughest market for selling a house [FAR]
4. Miami development authority wants zoning code changed to protect existing properties [Miami Today]
5. Opening of W Fort Lauderdale pushed back [Sun-Sentinel]
6. Miami River shipyard up for foreclosure sale [SFBJ]
7. Homebuilder Tousa to cut 67 construction jobs by end of 2010 [Sun-Sentinel] and [Miami Herald]
8. 251 Sunrise lounge to reopen tonight as 251 PB [Palm Beach Daily News]
9. Miami unlikely to see retail movement this year [Miami Today]
10. Miami Commission to vote on construction of Children’s courthouse [Miami Herald]
11. Homestead hit by foreclosures [AP via Miami Herald]
12. Two real estate investment companies win foreclosure judgments [SFBJ]
13. Sarasota foreclosure statistics released [Home Gain]
14. Forbes readers share what they love about their hometowns [Forbes]
15. Where to get help when facing foreclosure [CNN Money]
16. Does a Ramco-Equity merger make sense? [GlobeSt]
17. Retail real estate recovery might not happen until 2012 [CoStar]
18. Sales up, inventory down [Seeking Alpha]
19. Some home furnishing stocks worth an investment [Seeking Alpha]