Prominent Miami developers plead guilty for $36M affordable housing scheme

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The seventh and final defendant in a $36 million affordable housing fraud case has pleaded guilty in South Florida federal court. A U.S. Attorney’s Office news release says 70-year-old Lloyd.

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Developers, contractor plead guilty in $36M Miami-Dade housing scandal. which had been among the country’s largest affordable housing developers, was ordered to sell the remaining projects it.

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Four developers in Miami and a Fort Lauderdale contractor are pleading guilty to federal charges stemming from an alleged $36 million affordable housing. South Florida Pleading Guilty in $36M.