The Real Deal Miami

Young adults move in with parents and delay marriage during recession … and more

November 25, 2009 10:11AM

1. Fort Lauderdale’s oldest bar shutters, will reopen as tropical-themed venue next year [Sun-Sentinel]
2. Study: Young adults move in with parents, roommates and delay marriage, kids during recession [WSJ]
3. Almost half of Tampa Bay’s homeowners owe more than homes are worth [St. Petersburg Times]
4. Analysts predict 2011 will be Florida’s market bottom [Business Insider]
5. Judge rebukes Indymac over subprime mortgage suit [Business Insider]
6. New FDIC guidelines could be just what the shopping center industry needs to stave off foreclosure wave [National Real Estate Investor]
7. Low interest rates could invite “excessive risk-taking,” according to Fed documents [Huffington Post]
8. U.S. commercial banks report combined net income, but FDIC’s “problem banks” list grows [St. Petersburg Times]
9. Commercial banks’ residential mortgage originations down in 3Q [National Mortgage News]