The Real Deal Miami

Chinese drywall problem linked to corroded pipes and wires, Scott Rothstein’s Ponzi scheme victims still emerging … and more

November 23, 2009 05:59PM

1. Scott Rothstein’s Ponzi scheme victims still emerging [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Chinese drywall problem linked to corroded pipes and wires [CBS]
3. Norman Radow is in the firing line of unhappy homeowners [NYT]
4. Stone Grill 95 opens up in Surfside [Urban Daddy]
5. NP Trust closes on 94,574-SF retail center in Moreno Valley [GlobeSt]
6. Sheraton Orlando Downtown sells [Orlando Biz Journals]
7. Loews Miami Beach is getting a $50 million dollar face lift [Hotel Chatter]
8. Fontainebleau contractors object to Penn National’s $102 million bid [GlobeSt]
9. Foreclosure trend unlikely to subside anytime soon [Brandenton]
10. Police bust illegal party at foreclosed Fort Myers house [USA Today]
11.
Dinerstein and Lee Chira Holdings gearing up to break ground on
phase two of student housing development at the University of Central
Florida [GlobeSt]
12. Investors may skew the housing reality [CNBC]
13. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac multi-family lending up year-over-year [Multifamily Investor]
14. FHA is still guaranteeing risky loans [Seeking Alpha]
15. List of the world’s most expensive homes [Yahoo]
16. What will happen to the housing market when the government programs end? [Seeking Alpha]
17. Taking a deeper look at real estate depreciation [Bigger Pockets]
18. What happens when the FDIC auctions off commercial properties [Multifamily Investor]
19. How the multi-family foreclosure crisis affects tenants [Multifamily Investor]
20. Commercial sector to hit bottom 2010 [Reuters]
21. More small businesses and non-profits buying new headquarter locations at discounted prices [Crain’s]
22. Tishman sells out San Francisco luxury tower [Reuters]