BRADENTON, Fla. — ­Investors in Florida’s distressed community development districts should expect an increasing number of defaults, primarily on bonds sold during the state’s real estate boom years, a new report by ­Interactive Data Corp. warned yesterday.

Semiannual payments due in November showed a sharp increase in the number of CDDs drawing on debt-service reserves and those not paying interest, the report said.

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