Worst Florida Banks

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    hey, i'm just copying and pasting. below-well-capitalized? that would be me!
     
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    I like you. What could be better than an instant, "hey, i'm just copying and pasting"?

    It would sure be great if everyone was quick and candid. Good Thread anyway. :wave:
     
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    Banks are hurting. Bank of Bonifay has already been bought out, courtesy of you guys and the Tarp funds. I think Protective Life is buying them and it closes this month. Vision Bank actually has a pretty strong parent company in Ohio, I think, and is probably in better shape than the chart would suggest.
     
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    You know alot about banking and/or loans. Can you help me with what the chart means by below-well-capitalized? It sounds like it means kinda limbotic.
     
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    I love that one of the banks is called Integrity. :funn:

    Santiago, my understand was that Vision bank was propped up with condo mortgages and was a "developers" bank. Seems a lot of banks appeared on the scene during the boom. If those boom mortgages go bust won't the banks that seem to be there solely to store them?
     
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    I think that Vision would already be bust had it not been bought out. My knowledge of their company actually came from a competitor of Vision who said that their parent bank, Park out of Ohio is well capitalized and strong. I think moreso than condo mortgages they were heavy into lots, construction and development.
     
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    Okay, that's what I thought. They are a "boom bank" like a few others.
     

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