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  • Angry judge rips attorney, postpones trial of ex-radio host

    Angry judge rips attorney, postpones trial of ex-radio host
    A livid federal judge on Wednesday postponed the trial of former national radio host Warren Ballentine after his attorney sought to withdraw from the case at the last minute, claiming Ballentine had stopped cooperating with them. U.S. District Judge...
  • Angry judge postpones trial of ex-radio host

    Angry judge  postpones trial of ex-radio host
    A livid federal judge on Wednesday postponed the trial of former national radio host Warren Ballentine after his attorney sought to withdraw from the case at the last minute, claiming Ballentine had stopped cooperating with him. U.S. District Judge...
  • "Depression babies" give $3 million to local nonprofit

    "Depression babies" give $3 million to local nonprofit
    They were born in 1929, the year the stock market crashed, and grew up in hard-scrabble times. Yet even with successful careers, husband and wife Stanley and Pearl Goodman never forgot their roots and are busy giving back. The unassuming 85-year-...
  • Rollout is slow for FICO's new credit scoring model

    Rollout is slow for FICO's new credit scoring model
    The unveiling of a new FICO credit scoring formula that could make it easier for some consumers to buy a home was heartily greeted by the real estate industry, but potential homebuyers shouldn't count on it just yet. FICO Score 9 is intended to be a...
  • South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties

    South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties
    A South Florida real-estate firm has signed a letter of intent to purchase five hotels owned by embattled Orlando businessman Nikesh Patel. No sale has occurred yet, and a sale price was not disclosed. But Coral Gables-based Continental Properties...
  • Home sales post gains

     Home sales post gains
    Southern California's housing market is starting to pick up the pace. Home sales in the six-county Southland grew for the first time in a year in September as prices moderated from last year's torrid gains, according to figures out Monday. The data...
  • Rent growth reaches peak market levels

    Rent growth reaches peak market levels
    Metropolitan Orlando's apartment growth in rental revenues during the third quarter was the strongest it had been in eight years, according to a new release by Axiometrics. Apartments in the four-county region showed average annual effective rent growth...
  • Home sales pick up pace in Southern California in September

    Home sales pick up pace in Southern California in September
    Home sales rose for the first time this year in September, according to new figures out Monday. Led by gains in Los Angeles County, sales in the six-county Southland grew 1.2% compared with the same month last year, according to CoreLogic DataQuick,...
  • Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot

    Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot
    Tinley Park trustees approved the $240,000 purchase of a lot outside the town's convention center, which they said would cost less than making changes if the property is later redeveloped. Trustee Dave Seaman introduced a resolution authorizing a real...
  • Hollywood may pay $4.8 million for homeless shelter, related properties

    Hollywood may pay $4.8 million for homeless shelter, related properties
    City Hall has finally found a way to help a much-loathed homeless shelter get out of town: Buy it. If the deal goes through, Hollywood will pay $4.8 million for all properties within the city limits owned by shelter founder Sean Cononie and his...
  • Atlantic City's housing market can't catch break

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — It was a more optimistic time 11 years ago when David Welsh, a city tree-trimmer in search of a house, heard of one about to go on the market and raced over to make an offer. After haggling, Welsh was able to buy the 1925...