The Real Deal Miami

Singles and young families move in droves to rural areas during the downturn, Pompano Beach Oceanside project goes for $136 per foot in bulk buy … and more

December 04, 2009 10:07AM

1. Singles, young families move in droves to rural areas during the downturn [WSJ]
2. Fannie Mae increases minimum credit score for new borrowers to 620 [Housing Wire]
3. Subway hit with lawsuit over failed Delray Beach development [Sun Sentinel]
4. Pompano Beach’s Oceanside project goes for $136 per square foot in bulk buy [Condo Vultures]
5. Florida schools to see steep declines in taxable property values [CBS 4]
6. Buyers get less off ask price in October; largest discounts seen in New York City, Florida [Zillow]
7. Coldwell Banker launches new, user-friendly Web site [Future of Real Estate Marketing]
8. Morgan Stanley looking to restructure commercial mortgage-backed securities [WSJ]
9. Federal Reserve criticism is misplaced, Washington Post writer says [NYT]
10. Commercial real estate to suffer into 2011 [Fort Worth Star-Telegram via Realtor Mag]
11. For every loan approved, three more deteriorate, according to LPS [Housing Wire]
12. U.S. home prices still have further to fall as foreclosures mount [Reuters]