The Real Deal Miami

Fannie Mae sold more than 1,200 properties in South Florida in 2009 … and more

December 30, 2009 10:14AM

1. Belmont condominium complex in Zephyrhills plagued by foreclosures [Fox]

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Fannie Mae sold more than 1,200 properties in South Florida in 2009 [Condo Vultures]

3. Popular Cuban sandwich stand in Fort Lauderdale revamped [New Times Broward-Palm Beach]

4. Tampa Bay is nation’s worst in home prices, according to Case-Shiller report [St. Petersburg Times]

5. Commercial securities pool worth $307 million on the market [GlobeSt]

6. Crackdown on loan modifier companies looms [SFBJ]

7. Super Bowl visitors create temporary lodging boom [Sun Sentinel]

8. Glut of commercial office space will flood downtown Miami this year [Miami Herald]

9. Wealthy homeowners turning to short sales [Wallet Pop]
10. Bank of America introduces one-page summary sheet for borrowers receiving mortgage mods [Housing Wire]
11. Yesterday’s Case-Shiller data is good news for homebuyers [WSJ]
12. Signs point to a shaky market in 2010 [TheStreet]