The Real Deal Miami

State Farm may not leave the state after all, Downtown at the Gardens traffic declines after foreclosure reports … and more

July 10, 2009 06:26PM

1. State Farm, Florida’s largest private property insurer, may not leave the state after all [Sun-sentinel]
2. Socialite’s mortgage fraud sentencing delayed [Palm Beach Daily News]
3. South Florida receives $20.8 million grant to fight homelessness [SFBJ]
4. Broward-based company starts online competition to win a home [Sun-Sentinel]
5. South Florida retail, hotel and other commercial properties hit with foreclosure suits [SFBJ], [SFBJ] and [SFBJ]
6. Some guidelines for hiring a home contractor [Sun-Sentinel]
7. Fitch endorses Marlins stadium bonds [SFBJ]
8. Area residential projects face foreclosure [SFBJ], [SFBJ], [SFBJ], [SFBJ] and [SFBJ]
9. Downtown at the Gardens retailer says traffic has declined after foreclosure reports [Palm Beach Post]
10. Miami hotels had strong July 4 week [SFBJ]
11. Private developer could revamp Miami International Airport’s central terminal [Miami Today]
12. Developer buys loan for Yacht Club at Delray [SFBJ]
13. Belleview Biltmore Resort undergoing renovation [Hotel Online News]
14. Appraisers shun work for Federal Housing Administration loans [Inman]