His lender, Fifth Third Bank, is putting 35 units up for auctionMarch 7 at starting prices that are two-thirds less than whatCantor had been asking. Cantor, who is among a select few Floridacondo developers still standing, clearly thinks Fifth Third isjumping the gun.

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"I'm going to look like I've gone under," says Cantor, who hasclosed on the sale of 100 of 242 units since the first SignaturePlace residents moved in last summer. "It's a good idea but it'snot the proper time."

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