The Real Deal Miami

Luxury South Beach condos being foreclosed on, mobile home park being razed … and more

April 27, 2009 06:24PM

1. Seven luxury South Beach condos being foreclosed on [Condo Vultures]
2. Palm Beach County property values fall 12 percent [Sun-Sentinel]
3. Retail losses likely to continue in Palm Beach County [Palm Beach Post]
4. Italian accessories brand opens renovated Bal Harbour store [Women’s Wear Daily]
5. Miami’s Clevelander Hotel renovations aim to keep guests from breaking things [Hotel-Online]
6. Delray mobile home park being razed [Palm Beach Post]
7. Local leaders planning streetscape projects in Palm Beach [Palm Beach Daily News]
8. State senate closes real estate tax loophole [Palm Beach Post]
9. State home insurance rates likely to rise [Sun-Sentinel]
10. Summit Development acquires two properties in the Keys [GlobeSt]
11. New measure caps property tax for part-time residents and business owners [Palm Beach Post]
12. Florida ranks third in mortgage fraud [SFBJ]
13. Retirement visa could help state housing market [Ocala Star-Banner]
14. American Institute of Architects cutting expenses, furloughing staff [Mediabistro]
15. New condo loan rules put scrutiny on neighbors [Washington Post]
16. Opportunities in the commercial real estate market [A Student of the Real Estate Game]
17. Bank of America launches program to promote responsible lending [The Truth about]
18. Monthly commercial real estate delinquency rate rises [The Real Estate Bloggers]
19. CitiMortgage is top jumbo lender in 2008, and USA Today profiles CitiMortgage CEO Sanjiv Das [National Mortgage News], [USA Today]
20. Mortgage payment protection business booming [Washington Post]
21. Homeownership hits nine-year low [National Mortgage News]
22. Mortgage relief bill appears headed for defeat [AP via Post] and [National Mortgage News]