Miami Herald story here.
Even celebrities aren't immune to the pitfalls of South Florida's real estate market.
Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino sold his Parkland house for $2.35 million, or $600,000 less than what he paid for it in 2005, Broward property records show.
The 9,286-square-foot house with seven bedrooms and 9 ½ baths was bought by David L. Spiller last month.
Marino and his wife, Claire, had listed the house for sale for $4.65 million two years ago. They later dropped the price to $3.5 million but still got no takers. In February, the couple auctioned the property, but no one met the lowest price the Marinos were willing to accept. . . .