The Real Deal Miami

Greg Norman’s Jupter Island mansion on the market for $60M, less than half of graduating architecture students finding jobs … and more

November 04, 2009 10:11AM

1. Orlando home sales steady in October [David Welch]
2. Greg Norman’s home in Jupiter Island on the market for $60M [Zillow]
3. Real estate uptick boosts developer St. Joe in third quarter [AP]
4. Buyers continue to get no-money-down mortgages [Seeking Alpha]
5. The Cheese Course restaurant comes to Midtown Miami [Urban Daddy]
6. Less than half of graduating architecture students are finding jobs [Mediabistro]
7. Homeownership financially devastating for some after price drops [Bloomberg]
8. Incentives help landlords in attempts to retain tenants [WSJ]
9. CMBS delinquency rates on the rise, RealPoint says [Zero Hedge]
10. Rise in strategic defaults challenges government’s foreclosure efforts [USA Today]
11. New Miami hair salon, Upper Kutz, opens [Urban Daddy]
12. 22 Nevada mortgage mod companies shuttered for not meeting government standards [KTNV]
13. Investment-grade commercial RE prices rise in third quarter [Blogging Stocks]
14. Wells Fargo delays end-strategy on troubled Pick-A-Pay mortgages [WSJ]
15. Negotiating lower rents for small businesses during the commercial real estate slowdown [The Big Money]