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Most Landlords are Good & Hardworking People

Some tenants need protection, but many have simply lied and leaned into recent provisions that make it impossible for homeowners to defend themselves or their properties.

Please help to restore justice by signing the petition to End the Eviction Moratorium.

Hardworking homeowners have had their properties stolen and savings depleted. Many have had their credit destroyed as well. Some have been left homeless.

If you are aware of a known squatter*, please register them here to warn other homeowners!

*Known squatter – a person who has lied and stolen from the owner and/or the government, causing destruction in the homeowner’s life and wasted taxpayer dollars.

*Extortionist – a person who had to be paid, or demanded, an unreasonable amount to leave.

Find a Squatter

The Squatter Registry Works!

While legal processes are impossible to navigate and have been shut down to landlords, public shaming, unfortunately, does work. Posting flyers that tell the truth anywhere you can on or around the property and neighborhood is very effective at disallowing immoral Squatters from hiding and “getting away with it” any longer. Most have over-inflated senses of self and entitlement so – speaking up publicly against them is WORKING to get them out!

See how it works here:


Learn More About the Lives that Have Been Destroyed

Meet Sarabelle Prince and Lynn Matsuoka, two grandmothers in their 70’s whose lives have been crushed by the State of New York.

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End the Eviction Moratorium in NY
Contribute to the Lawsuit that will end a lot of this nonsense

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Shout out to @TheLandlordAdvocates for always keeping us EDUCATED!

Why end the Eviction Moratorium?

squatter leaves landlord's home
November 27, 2021

Bridgehampton squatter leaves artist’s home after public outcry

[Matsuoka]… credits public outcry in Southampton and Sag Harbor, where demonstrators appeared outside of her home calling for Solomon to leave, with getting him out. “Literally hundreds of people came out of the woodwork furious about what he was doing and rallied around me,” she said. “I had three lawyers. What got him out was the public saying, ‘No way! We’re not putting up with you!’ They shamed him, and that’s what got him out.”
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November 14, 2021

Long Island mortgage deadbeat finally booted after 23 years

The free ride is finally over for a Long Island man who went more than two decades without paying a penny on his mortgage — while courts failed to evict him.
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adrianna nava documents police interaction
November 13, 2021

Fed-up landlord makes website outing squatters

“You can go to jail for stealing someone’s refrigerator out of their house, but you can’t go to jail for stealing someone’s home? It makes no logical sense,” said Nava, 37, who lost her job in November 2020 but was unable to sell her only asset, the three-bedroom, two-bath house that her squatters refused to leave.
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October 26, 2021

Bridgehampton Woman Helpless As Man Refuses To Move Out Of Her Home

“When I heard Lynn’s story, I had just spent a whole day going in person with a sign and a picture of my child — I’m a single mom — to the courts, to the police, to the sheriff’s office. Nobody can help me. I have a great attorney. He’s doing the best he can, but he can only do so much. It’s like even the best attorneys have their hands tied behind their backs because of all of these unconstitutional … moratoriums.”
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October 23, 2021

Hamptons artist struggles to boot house guest turned squatter

She put out the welcome mat — and had the rug pulled out from under her. A Hamptons artist claims a temporary house guest turned into a squatter who has refused to leave her Bridgehampton home for more than a year. Lynn Matsuoka, a painter and author who was once married to a sumo wrestler, says alleged interloper Gregg Solomon even forced her to cancel a desperately needed knee surgery because he is occupying the sole bedroom she says she can use for her recovery, and allegedly threatens her with violent outbursts whenever she demands he leave.
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October 22, 2021

We rented our home when we moved into an RV. Now, eviction moratoriums have cost us our entire savings.

When my husband, who’s 74, and I, a disabled 65-year-old woman, decided to live out of an RV, we leased our house in California, with an option to buy to a young couple with a toddler. Shortly after they moved into the house in February 2020, the pandemic struck and they quit paying rent. With eviction moratoriums in the US – which have been off and on since the beginning of the pandemic, and were most recently ended by the Supreme Court in August – they’ve now cost us our entire savings.
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Help Landlords out of these Nightmare Situations

Holdover tenancies create hardship for most landlords and homeowners. With the court system overloaded by the eviction moratorium, landlords are forced to reach financial agreements that allow both parties to move on. This is more often much to the detriment of the hardworking landlord. 

If you’re able to help provide relief for landlords who have been financially destroyed during the eviction moratorium, please donate here.

If you are either a landlord or tenant in need of cash for a settlement toward a landlord/tenant resolution, please submit for help.


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