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Stories From Our Community
Read eviction stories shared by visitors to this site. If you’ve ever faced eviction, click below to add your own story.
  • William W.

    So I applied in May for Sarasota County ERA and it took almost 5 months to get it resolved. About 1 month ago the owners of the property moved in the main residence temporarily to renovate. They had lived in N. Carolina previous 5 years and had employed their Sister here to manage and rent the property. (more…)

  • Shannon M.S.

    From the day this whole COVID-19 started I have been losing everything I worked my butt off for just to be kicked out of my house, all because I lost my job my car and my identity was stolen in 2019 twice. (more…)

  • Alice N.

    After living in an apartment and paying rent for 24 years, where I raised my daughter, volunteered in the community, help my neighbors in time of tragedy I was practically forced out by a new owner who took over the complex and completely turned it upside down. (more…)

  • Christina

    I have 3 kids and the neighbors keep calling the cops about how loud the house is and there is a neighbor instigating fights with me on purpose. Of course, I ignore it but they keep calling the police and that is a violation of the lease. I unfortunately lost my job and cannot afford to get into a new place. (more…)

  • Mercedes W.

    Hi my name is Mercedes. I am 24 yrs old, from Atlanta GA. I have 5 brothers and 6 siblings I am the oldest of 11 children. My mom is a single mother without any help from the children’s father. She’s been raising us and taking care us all by herself. I have been homeless for about 5 months, staying an abandoned houses or going to friends houses to stay at times. It is very hard trying to make it out here without any support. (more…)

  • Susanna T.

    Me and my kids lost our house and a house fire about 2 months ago so we been homeless. I have 3 kids and trying to get back on my feet is hard.

  • Richard M

    I lost my job when the pandemic was in full swing and was on unemployment(thank God). Then on 08/07/2021 my PEU stopped all my income, then on the day the Supreme Court ruled against the extension of the rent moratorium My Landlord came to my door with an eviction signed by a Mississippi Judge! She brought a great big man who about put a hole in my door at 8am to remove me! (more…)

  • Sharon

    Hi am a disabled momma and caregiver to two special needs children. My husband and I applied for a loan and was pre authorized. Ok fast forward, six months later still haven’t closed. Now progressive has falsely reported a claim on his credit now we can’t close. Mind you had people at bank not dropped ball months ago we would have closed already. (more…)

  • Miguel C.

    My Name is Miguel; I have been struggling with an illness my whole entire life. I’m 32 years old with a 16year old daughter. I’m strongly believe I’m a victim of an eviction. Due to my medical condition after receiving a kidney transplant November 24, 2019 April 2020 I started with having problems & became very ill to the point that I was fainting. (more…)

  • Cecilia N.

    I recently received an eviction notice from my landlord, who is an evil man. In the process of moving out, there a was a mysterious “power outage” and we lost air conditioning in the middle of what can only be described as a climate crisis summer from hell. (more…)

  • Amy M.

    I am the sole caregiver of my mother who has dementia osteoporosis and mental issues and my aunt who has severe mental issues as well. We were living in a very small two-bedroom apartment I moved them in with my husband and I because of my mother having dementia and their medical issues so I was able to keep a closer eye on them. (more…)

  • Marilu V.

    I’m not a wealthy person nor do I come from a wealthy family.I’m a middle-aged Spanish woman who comes from a life of poverty and I worked very hard to dig myself out of that trap, which is very hard to do in this country. I had a job working full-time. I was paying my rent, my bills were up-to-date and everything was going very well. (more…)

  • Melissa V.

    My family were evicted and are living in a camper in my sister in laws yard. No water and no way to cook. I don’t know how much more I can take? I already have mental health problems and this has added to it. (more…)

  • Deanna S.

    Where do I begin..last Monday the Justice Court ruled in favor of my landlord. He wants to sell the RV I’ve been renting. So I don’t qualify for alot of the help offered right now. Come this Monday 8-9-2021 I’ll be homeless. And to make matters even worse; landlord is now sueing me for $20,000 for what he says are damages and unpaid electric bills..this is all untrue, and a very long and complicated story. (more…)

  • Chris B.

    For almost 11 years I paid my rent on time. I finally had found a job 3 years ago that I thought would pay enough for me to finally save up and buy a home. All it took was a series of setbacks to push me to where I am at now. Last summer during the worse of the pandemic, I got a serious illness that cost me mobility in one of my arms. Because it flares up so often, and interferes with my daily life, I was eventually forced out of that job.

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