South Florida real estate professionals accused of thievery, money laundering, West Palm Beach ranks seventh on depressing cities list … and more

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May.May 21, 2009 05:56 PM

1. South Florida real estate professionals accused of thievery and money laundering [Palm Beach Post]
2. Homestead, Fort Lauderdale projects face foreclosure [SFBJ] and [SFBJ]
3. Delray Beach postpones hearings on historic district [Boca Raton News]
4. Three Omni projects could receive $43M in tax rebates [Miami Today]
5. Palm Beach County homebuilder launches brokerage [Palm Beach Post]
6. Coral Gables panel says now is the time for real estate deals [Miami Today]
7. Palm Beach County approves funding for construction of Acreage library [Boca Raton News]
8. West Palm Beach ranks seventh on depressing cities list [The Business Insider]
9. Miami Modern Historic District seeks business improvement district [Miami Today]
10. Florida divided on bill easing development rules [NYT]
11. U.S. Senators outraged over drywall problems [SFBJ]
12. Mortgage rates fall but remain above record lows [AP via NJ.com]
13. Why record low mortgage rates still aren’t low enough [WSJ]
14. Fed considered purchasing more mortgage debt in April [NYT]
15. Homeowner loans could reset through 2012 [Orange County Register]
16. Commercial mortgage bonds rise on legacy assets plan [Bloomberg]


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