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Posted on August 5 at 11:02 a.m.

SA1,
I happen to live in the United States of America. Born and Raised here. Last time I did research on Osgood, he had nothing to do with the Mortgage industry. I believe he is a developer for 25 years. As for AZ, we believe in personal property rights, along with an approval and permitting process. We are against high taxes, government waste, free markets, free trade, and illegal immigration. We are against high deficits, over turning the will of the voters, high taxes, and interference. We are pro business. We want people to make a legal living.
SA1,
Did Osgood get in the way of you making a living? Did he criticize what you do? Did he misrepresent what you do? Did he try to block you from how you make a living? Did he try and stop you from building your home? I would bet not. See any hypocrisy here???
Have a great day.

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Posted on August 4 at 4:17 p.m.

SA1,
First off my name is not Matt. Secondly, in the USA, we have free markets to determine if there are buyers for houses and lots. It appears you are against houses on owned properties. Do you live in a fruit tree, or are you simply being hypocritical? Please don't tell me you live in a house? If so, did you get approval of every person in the USA to live in that house? Do you own that house??? God forbid if you do. I do not remember anyone asking me if I approve of your personal property rights. Cmon SA1 wake up, this is a free country, and a free market. Is your EGO so large that you feel you have the right to speak for the rest of the world?? PS: I live in AZ. Do you feel that you have the right to speak for all of Arizona? Big Ego SA1, Big Ego

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Posted on August 3 at 9:58 a.m.

And Legal Lots are Legal Lots (254 of them). That was already addressed by the California Supreme Court.

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Posted on July 31 at 7:17 a.m.

Aman Cartoonz. A new developer will most likely sell of 150+ lots, and drink wine in the sun. The coalitions will be fighting 150 different land owners. What a mess that would be. The county would not have a way to stop that train. Legal lots can and most likely would be sold. The crazy part is under Osgood's plan, from the 101 you would not be able to see a house. The coalitions are trying to stop a plan in which they would never see a house. They are fighting the invisible.
I would also bet that anyone trying to stop development on the coast either lives on the coast theirselves or lives in a development in the county. A bit hypocritical in my mind. They would make their argument a lot stronger if they lived in a tree. What is even more incredible is how they attack Osgood for being from OC. They have no idea what kind of person Osgood is. Just seems extremely judgmental, and discriminatory. The comments of "go back to OC" are obviously by insecure, single minded, self centered, hypocritical, hateful, extremely unhappy individuals. Sad

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Posted on July 30 at 4:36 p.m.

Chester_Arthur_Burnett,
Simply pointing out what the world seems to know about the failure of the banking system, institutions and funds that have fallen out of "Trust" over the last 3 years. Have you heard of Bernard Madoff??? There are a long list of financial institutions that have violated "Trust". Thank you for your comment.

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Posted on July 30 at 12:58 p.m.

David,
You have got to be kidding me. Have you read the news over the last 3 years?

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Posted on July 30 at 9:42 a.m.

Snapolis,
You need to read the lawsuit. Banks cant just bait and switch. Osgood could have filed bankruptcy, re-organized and most likely retained the property for 30-50 cents on the dollar. When the bank offered the option, and failed to deliver the long form option, then went to Osgood investors and tried to end around him, they violated too many federal and state banking laws and regs to count. They violated trust, which in banking is a huge no no. My guess is you will become very educated in banking regs. Think about what Lehman did, amongst at least 300+ banks that have been shut down for crap just like this. It is called out of trust in the banking community. Watch how the FDIC regulators spank them. Mark my words, it will happen.

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Posted on July 30 at 8:22 a.m.

Simply Put, The Bank is in BIG Trouble. When Regulators get a hold of this, First Bank will have huge sanctions. Regulators and Courts do not like bait and switch games at all. Did anyone see who Osgood's Legal team is??? He has a team that rivals OJ's on the Civil side. Alan Rye's career is over. He is toast. Weather you like this project or not, in the current atmosphere against big greedy banks, you will see First Bank get spanked hard, as they should. First Bank is as dirty as a sock worn for a year straight by someone who does not bathe. Good new ad for First Bank, "First Bank The Dirty Sock Bank", We will lie ,cheat and steel to get all from you.

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Posted on July 13 at 2:29 p.m.

Stay Tuned. There is a Lot More to this story. Its kind of like a never ending story. Will the courts come into play?????

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Posted on May 18 at 6:28 a.m.

It appears a few of you understand capitalism. The ones that clearly do not understand the term, also appear to have something against Americans that are not from their elitist, snob, socialist group in Santa Barbara. They are too stupid to realize capital comes to Santa Barbara from all over the world to make it a better place. I challenge these idiots to start wearing T-Shirts that state "We are against any money coming to Santa Barbara if your not from here". That is an intelligent economic policy. Those same idiots should wear a T-Shirt that says "We hate Americans who are not from Santa Barbara". The reason you wont, is clearly you will get you ass kicked!!! Elitist Snobs that hate Americans. SAD!!!!!

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