The Real Deal Miami

South Florida Water Management District planning to sell land, tenants who pool resources fare worse than investors … and more

June 15, 2009 06:32PM

1. South Florida Water Management District planning to sell land to restore Everglades [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Marlins stadium financing deadline delayed [SFBJ]
3. Florida to lose 35 General Motors dealerships [Palm Beach Post]
4. Foreclosures can affect property taxes, columnist says [Miami Herald]
5. Gasoline distributor auctioning off 78 gas stations [GlobeSt]
6. Boca Raton to take no action against luxury condo-turned-rental [Boca Raton News]
7. Federal government action needed on drywall, editorial says [Miami Herald]
8. Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency presents redevelopment plans to city [Sun-Sentinel]
9. In downturn, tenants who pool resources to buy may fare worse than investors [GlobeSt]
10. Tampa Bay real estate still in danger [St. Petersburg Times]
11. Supreme Court steps into Florida property rights dispute [AP]
12. Foreign investors entering Florida property market [PropertyWire]
13. FHA launches new approval process for condo projects [National Mortgage News Online]
14. Late payments on multi-family and retail commercial mortgage-backed securities at highest number since 2001 [National Mortgage News Online]
15. Syms and Vornado win auction for Filene’s Basement [Crain’s]
16. Thirty-year mortgage rate falls to 5.52 percent [CNBC]
17. Are homebuilders sinking again? [Seeking Alpha]
18. More U.S. builders consider becoming green-certified [PropertyWire]
19. Even with signs of life in the housing market, recession continues [MarketWatch]