Florida based banks rose to their performance heights during the mortgage boom, and now are suffering the effects of the crash with twice the severity. Florida-based banks on average shoulder double the level of bad loans nationally, and analysts believe more pain will come before they improve. Michael Rose, a bank analyst with Raymond James & Associates in Tampa, said commercial real estate trouble will still affect the state and banks will suffer accordingly.
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