We have heard all about how covid has been wielded as a weapon in elections and business throughout 2020 and 2021 across America.  However, if you are in the progressive state of California, it appears as though there is yet another government-backed covid scam you may not have heard of. Police have no interest in or apparent ability to resolve it.  All Californians should consider recallgavin2020.com.

The dream home purchased by a California couple turned into a nightmare because the man they bought the home from refused to leave for over a year. He used the California covid lockdown regulations of no evictions to stay in the house. Now, the couple finally got the man out of the house:



Fox LA Reported:

When Tracie and Myles Albert purchased a beautiful four-bedroom house in Riverside, California, they never realized that at the end of escrow, the seller would suddenly refuse to give up the keys and leave.

“It’s just draining, emotionally and financially,” says Tracie.  On January 31, 2020, the couple purchased the home. More than a year later, they still haven’t been able to get inside their property. Chris Taylor is the Real Estate Agent who sold the house to the Alberts from a man who wanted to sell immediately.

“He needed $560,000 from the sale of his house in two weeks, and he called me on a Sunday, so in traditional real estate, there’s no way of doing that unless the buyer’s a cash buyer,” says Taylor.

Since the house was free and clear and worth more than $560,000, the Alberts felt it was a great deal.

“It took us scrambling to get everything we had, our life savings put together, and a hard money loan on top of it to make that happen,” Myles stated.

During escrow, they discovered a $30,000 tax lien on the house, which slowed things down, but in the end, all parties signed on the dotted line, and the sale was completed.

“We own the house, outright. That’s our house, and it’s all in a contract, written, legal, done. He’s been paid the money in his account. How could we have no rights to go into our home,” asked Myles.


FOX 11 News tried to speak with the seller, but when reporter Gina Silva knocked and announced herself, no one came to the door.

Taylor says, “It’s genuinely unfathomable to me that we live in a state where something like this is even possible. They closed escrow on this home on January 31, 2020.”  The Alberts and Taylor have contacted authorities and tried to get the seller evicted, but because of the pandemic, they’ve gotten nowhere.

“They have this case under a COVID tenant situation, of no evictions when it doesn’t fall under that at all. This transaction went through in January 2020. Before any of that, it isn’t a renter who was getting thrown out. It’s the guy who collected all of this money,” stated Myles.

Eviction Attorney Dennis Block says, “This year alone, we’ve handled at least 7 maybe 8 cases of this exact type of situation.”

He says people purchasing homes need to be extremely cautious, especially if they notice any red flags during the process. Block says what’s happening to the Alberts could happen to anyone.


“This person is not a tenant; it’s a previous owner who is enjoying the benefits of the money that was transferred to his account but of course didn’t want to move out of the premises that he no longer owns,” Block stated.

The Alberts filed an unlawful detainer, but because of the California eviction moratorium, the case has been stalled. Time is simply passing by, and the immaculate house they fell in love with is now becoming an eyesore.

Tracie says, “I tried watering the lawn one time, and he came out and ripped my sprinkler lines, ripped all the wires. The Palm trees are dying, everything was beautiful, and everything is dying.”

Her frustrated husband said when he contacted law enforcement, they told him, “If you were in Arizona, if you were in Nevada, this wouldn’t be a problem, you would go take your house back. But in California, like our hands are tied, even though we’re on your side, there’s nothing we can do.”

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