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  • Published by Peter Zalewski
  • 5/18/2023
  • 11:59:01 PM

In this episode of the Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcast, host Peter Zalewski of Condo Vultures® discusses the top real estate and economic new stories of the week. This week’s panel is comprised of Zalewski along with current and former business reporters John Fakler, Jean Gruss of Gruss Communications and Lidia Dinkova of the Real Deal.

This program features current and former journalists discussing the biggest stories from the previous week.

The objective of this program is to cut through the fluff and hyperbole of South Florida real estate marketing, in hopes, of assisting the audience to better understand the key points impacting decision making.

The ‘Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcasts With Peter Zalewski’ can be viewed or heard wherever you get your podcasts. Alternatively, this podcast is available on the channel: CondoVulturesTV.

In Segment 1, the panel is introduced and the rules of engagement are discussed.

In Segment 2, the panel discusses the following headlines:

1. JPMorgan Chase takes over First Republic after biggest U.S. bank failure since 2008(CNBC)


2. “Extra pain”: Developers With Maturing Multifamily Construction Loans Face Woes (Real Deal)

3. Residents In South Florida Condo Building Have Until Tuesday To Evacuate After Building Deemed Unsafe (CNN)


In Segment 3, the panel discusses the following headlines:

4. Terra To Buy Waterfront Miami Site For $1.2B (Commercial Observer)


5. “A Phenomenon”: What’s Holding Up South Florida Projects? (The Real Deal)


6. DeSantis-Backed Bill Would Restrict Non-Resident Land Buys From China, Russia, Venezuela; Critics Draw Ugly Comparison (Miami Herald)


In segment 4, the panel discusses the future of South Florida journalism based on this story:

Hedge-Fund-Owned McClatchy Axed Miami Herald Employees on Good Friday (Miami New Times)


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