Bank moves to foreclose on RPV's Terr...

Bank moves to foreclose on RPV's Terranea resort

There are 78 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Aug 26, 2009, titled Bank moves to foreclose on RPV's Terranea resort. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

The Terranea Resort hotel has 180 degree views of the ocean from its blufftop perch.

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southbayrez

United States

#69 Sep 2, 2009
Well, Terranea, if they knew how to do business and make clients, can at least in this economy right now, can lower their rates greatly and they will in turn make more profit. Once the economy turns around and is more profitable, then they can have higher rates. They at least, opened their doors to evacuees of the RPV fire and gave them rooms free of charge. Did you open your homes to someone in need because of a fire they evacuated from?
Mike Hawke

La Habra, CA

#70 Sep 2, 2009
Attention Mr. Long...
This is Mike Hawke here, I know you are familiar with Mike Kawke and certainly do not know my cousin Mike Hunt which is more related to my wife.
yipppee

Gardena, CA

#73 Sep 3, 2009
southbayrez wrote:
Well, Terranea, if they knew how to do business and make clients, can at least in this economy right now, can lower their rates greatly and they will in turn make more profit. Once the economy turns around and is more profitable, then they can have higher rates. They at least, opened their doors to evacuees of the RPV fire and gave them rooms free of charge. Did you open your homes to someone in need because of a fire they evacuated from?
THIS WAS PRETTY OBVIOUS 'PR' ON THEIR PART. ALSO IM SURE THEY MADE UP FOR THE FREE ROOMS, WHICH WOULD HAVE BEEN EMPTY ANYWAY, BY SELLING FOOD AND BEVERAGES TO THE 'POOR REFUGEES'.
BOTTOM LINE, THIS PLACE WAS AN IDEA THAT WAS PUT INTO MOTION 15 YEARS AGO WHEN THINGS WERE 'GOOD'. IT'S A LAME CONCEPT. IN A LAME LOCATION. ITS BOUND TO FAIL.
Willy

Mountain Top, PA

#74 Sep 3, 2009
yipppee wrote:
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THIS WAS PRETTY OBVIOUS 'PR' ON THEIR PART. ALSO IM SURE THEY MADE UP FOR THE FREE ROOMS, WHICH WOULD HAVE BEEN EMPTY ANYWAY, BY SELLING FOOD AND BEVERAGES TO THE 'POOR REFUGEES'.
BOTTOM LINE, THIS PLACE WAS AN IDEA THAT WAS PUT INTO MOTION 15 YEARS AGO WHEN THINGS WERE 'GOOD'. IT'S A LAME CONCEPT. IN A LAME LOCATION. ITS BOUND TO FAIL.
Actually things were not even close to this good 15 years ago.
yipppee

Gardena, CA

#75 Sep 3, 2009
Willy wrote:
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Actually things were not even close to this good 15 years ago.
sounds like you have been drinking the Obama coolaid !
Willy

Mountain Top, PA

#76 Sep 4, 2009
yipppee wrote:
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sounds like you have been drinking the Obama coolaid !
Do you own a home? I doubt it. Let's assume you do, is is worth more now than it was 15 years ago?

The answer is yes.
Freebie

Gardena, CA

#77 Sep 4, 2009
Willy wrote:
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Do you own a home? I doubt it. Let's assume you do, is is worth more now than it was 15 years ago?
The answer is yes.
Hmmmm. To help you along let me direct you to the coolaid section of your local market.
Anonymous

Palm Desert, CA

#78 Oct 16, 2009
Bring back Marineland!
Torranceboyathea rt

Englewood, CO

#79 Nov 20, 2009
Orkys Revenge wrote:
Bring back Marineland!
I agree! We always had a wonderful time there as a FAMILY.
METOO

United States

#80 Feb 8, 2010
I LIKE BANANAS!

“cracker-barrel philosopher”

Since: Jan 08

Wilmington/Carson/San Pedro

#82 Feb 9, 2010
Jew Bankers wrote:
Here go the jew bankers again, making a loan nobody can afford, making a profit and at the first sight of trouble coming in to take it back.
We are all idiots for putting up with these jews
There are no Jewish bankers in Cuba or North Korea or Iran or Venezuela or, now too, Argentina. If Jewish bankers disgust you so much, feel free to relocate.
Mark

San Pedro, CA

#83 Feb 9, 2010
Who told you there were no Jewish bankers in those countries. There most certainly are.

“cracker-barrel philosopher”

Since: Jan 08

Wilmington/Carson/San Pedro

#84 Feb 9, 2010
Mark wrote:
Who told you there were no Jewish bankers in those countries. There most certainly are.
http://www.keepthetruthalive.c om/2009/05/north-korea-and-jew s.html

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/a...

Cuban Jews who are bankers are in the U.S.
http://jewishcuba.org/miami.html

Banco del Sur or the Bank of the South
http://www.doeda.com/jewishbankers.html

Who told you there are most certainly Jewish bankers in those countries??

“cracker-barrel philosopher”

Since: Jan 08

Wilmington/Carson/San Pedro

#85 Feb 9, 2010
The first link on North Korea didn't paste correctly. Note the gap in .com. Anyway, here is the relevant content in the link. "North Korea has no known Jews within its borders, and is openly hostile towards Israel, and currently forbids Jewish tourists and visitors. Among North Korea’s policies is anti-Zionism. Since the Korean war ended, North Korea has sent its forces abroad to fight only once, and it was against Israel."
Ira

Mountain Top, PA

#86 Feb 9, 2010
slug wrote:
The first link on North Korea didn't paste correctly. Note the gap in .com. Anyway, here is the relevant content in the link. "North Korea has no known Jews within its borders, and is openly hostile towards Israel, and currently forbids Jewish tourists and visitors. Among North Korea’s policies is anti-Zionism. Since the Korean war ended, North Korea has sent its forces abroad to fight only once, and it was against Israel."
Some people actually believe the Holocast did not happen either. Pull your head out of you know where.

“cracker-barrel philosopher”

Since: Jan 08

Wilmington/Carson/San Pedro

#87 Feb 9, 2010
Ira wrote:
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Some people actually believe the Holocast did not happen either. Pull your head out of you know where.
What are you talking about?
janesui

Irvine, CA

#88 Apr 21, 2010
the bankruptcy will have tax debt relief which i learned about at the stephen sears law office tax in bankruptcy seminar in july. lots of hotel foreclosures were discussed.
RPV Housewife

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

#89 May 5, 2012
such a shame wrote:
I just rode my bike around the peninsula the other day and was shocked at the blighted coastline. It used to be such a scenic, gorgeous stretch of road along the ocean. Now, that area is just an ugly patch of grotesque buildings. Too bad. And, now what? Soon to be a vacant, bunch of decaying buildings??? Why, RPV, why did you not have the foresight to keep the land as it should be-a very rare parcel of gorgeous nature to be enjoyed for generations to come. Instead of being recognized as the city with a vision to maintain a real piece of native California, you now are nationally known as one who gave into temptation and now have a royal mess on your hands. Good luck with that one.
Guess you didn't hear RPV doesn't like bike riders either!

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