Alameda woman says squatters moved into her house, even changed locks

#1

Frankie is now trying to put her life, and her house back together. She doesn’t know why squatters would choose her house. She says a real estate website mistakenly shows her home to be in pre-foreclosure, she says that’s a mistake because she has no mortgage.

0 Likes

#2

She should sue Zillow. Their pre foreclosure crap is a nuisance. And now a liability

0 Likes

#3

Sell your East Bay rentals. Told you high yield means not good neighborhoods.

0 Likes

#4

Likely coincidence. I think somehow these guys knew her mom was sick and thought she’d left for a while to take care of her.

0 Likes

#5

A neighbor nearby had a uhaul van pull up during Christmas vacation and empty out some of his house. A neighbor apparently started arguing with one of the people in the van, and left a note for the guy. No idea if he got his stuff back.

0 Likes

#6

They don’t lock their homes? I thought that would be a must in these neighborhoods. No insurance claim?

0 Likes

#7

How squatters know she has gone to care for her mom? Posted this on Facebook? Only gone for 3 days, squatters came in, changed locks, and “rent” it out, those guys have good info and work fast.

0 Likes