The Real Deal Miami

Lincoln Lending assets frozen, state jobless rates hit 33-year high … and more

March 27, 2009 06:27PM

1. Lincoln Lending assets frozen [SFBJ] and [Miami Herald]
2. Housing bust means most expensive homes no longer sheltered from taxes [Palm Beach Post]
3. Kendall Commons project facing foreclosure [SFBJ]
4. Mexican restaurants open in Palm Beach County [Palm Beach Post]
5. Reverse mortgages help some but have pitfalls [Orlando Sentinel]
6. Group sends tenants around the country updates on their property’s finances [Post]
7. Tamach Group faces fourth foreclosure lawsuit [SFBJ]
8. 30-year mortgage rates fall to record low [AP via Sun-Sentinel]
9. Florida jobless rate hits 33-year high [Palm Beach Post] and [Miami Herald]
10. First-time homebuyers likely to buy in next two years, poll finds [Reuters]
11. First-time buyers worry about jobs, credit [Inman]
12. Big box home improvement stores should benefit from government subsidies [Seeking Alpha]
13. Has the market hit bottom? [Seeking Alpha]