Latest HARP program could help more Floridians

MIAMI – Oct. 27, 2011 – Despite renewed efforts to shore up the housing industry with mass refinances and federal aid, South Florida’s real estate market has a long road to recovery ahead of it, industry leaders said Wednesday during a conference hosted by the University of Miami Law School.

About 200 real estate professionals gathered at the Institute on Real Property Law, a forum to discuss the direction of a housing market bogged down by shadow inventory and a growing backlog of foreclosures.

Fort Lauderdale attorney Shari Olefson, who spoke at the event, talked extensively about the long list of government initiatives aimed at fixing the housing market, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses.

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