Three evictions in one day

We at Los Angeles County Property Preservations have completed thousands of evictions for clients in Greater Los Angeles.

We recently completed three evictions for three different clients in one day. The most evictions we have completed in one day are 5 evictions. Completing multiple evictions in one day is stressful. Moving between properties is challenging in Los Angeles traffic. However, we are dedicated to servicing our clients.

Los Angeles County Property Preservations are thoroughly familiar with the eviction procedure of Los Angeles Sheriff. We are on first name basis with most Sheriffs in Los Angeles, South Bay and San Fernando Valley. We completed the biggest eviction in California history.

LACPP follow all safety rules and procedures.

For safety, it is very important not to approach the property until the Sheriffs arrive.

Occupants may not want to leave the property and may be vengeful against the bank and asset company. Occupants may be armed and possess drugs.

The Sheriffs has a window of up to one hour to arrive at the eviction. After waiting for one hour, LACPP call the Sheriff office and ask for update – ETA. We ended up waiting for the Sheriff for a total of 3 hours.

LACPP post all notices from Sheriff Department, no trespassing signs and contact info regarding the real property and personal properties left at the property.

We properly secured the property. We locked all windows. We placed pad locks on the tracks of the overhead garage door. We installed a lockbox with keys to the property.

Three evictions Los Angeles in one day

First Property
Second Property
Third Property

LACPP provide eviction services, securing, fencing, boarding, maid services, trashout, grass cut… for REO property, bank owned property and foreclosure.

 

 

Eviction Secure Los Angeles

Los Angeles County Property Preservation (LACPP) completed an eviction secure Los Angeles, CA.
LACPP is one of a few property preservation companies that can provide high quality secure for REO properties, bank owned properties after an eviction.

We advise our clients to immediately properly secure their property to prevent occupants from moving back.

Eviction Secure Los Angeles

LACPP arrived at the property with the Sheriff

Eviction May 2016
Eviction May 2016

LACPP photo-documented the kitchen

LACPP eviction May 2016
LACPP eviction May 2016

We took photo of the shed

LACPP eviction May 2016
LACPP eviction May 2016
LACPP eviction May 2016
LACPP eviction May 2016

There are many furniture and personal properties remaining in the bathroom, living room and bed rooms.

The garage had a massive amount of junk and debris.

The external of the property is overgrown.

Rekey and post notice

Los Angeles County Property Preservation rekeyed the property, install padlocks and posted notices.

Los Angeles County Property Preservations service Los Angeles, California
LACPP provide securing, fencing, boarding, maid services, trashout, grass cut… for REO property, bank owned property and foreclosure.

The Biggest Eviction in California

The biggest eviction in California

LACPP.com completed one of the biggest eviction in California history in 2012. The eviction was covered by KTLA.

The occupant of a bank owned property in Van Nuys CA had not make payments for 4 years. The bank pursued a foreclosure and processed to evict the occupant. At the time, there were 5 families living in the property, for a total of 18 people and 5 dogs.

The occupants installed makeshift fences made out of pallets. The makeshift fences were over 10 feet high. The occupants put signs saying that his rights were violated.

The occupant, who was good with social media, used Facebook and YouTube to gather supports. The occupants had threatened the governor, the district attorney, LAPD, Sheriff. He threatened that he would reach out to his supporters on social media to have thousands of protesters at his property. At times, the occupant had up to 100 protesters at the property.

Preparation

This biggest eviction in California took the efforts from the city attorney, LAPD, Sheriffs, the asset company, attorneys from 2 law firms and Los Angeles County Property Preservation.

We were to:

  • Remove the 10 feet makeshift fence made from pallets surrounding the property.
  • Move all items, personal properties, furniture and clothing to a storage facility.
  • Install a 10 feet city approved chain link fence with 10 feet opening. The 10 feet opening is an entrance for fire trucks, in case of a fire.

We were instructed to show up to the Sheriff department at 3:00 am. We arrived at 2:30 am. At 3:00 am sharp, a sheriff deputy came out to greet us.

The Sheriff ordered a lockdown for the whole block of the property. The Sheriff stopped all people who tried to gain entry to the property in support of the occupant.

The Sheriff department had been doing surveillance on the house from a helicopter. They knew how many people and dogs were in the house, how many were sleeping or awake.

LACPP waited for the Sheriff’s signal.

Operation

At about 3:40 am, a fleet of armored vehicles left the Van Nuys Sheriff department. There were about one hundred Sheriffs in suburban tactical gear, several cars, buses, armored vehicles. They were securing the house and surrounding streets. Animal control was present to take care of the dogs in the property. The whole block was barricaded.

At about 4:05 am, LACPP crew was ordered to proceed to the property. Our crew of 18 included:

  • 2 junk haulers for the debris and makeshift fence
  • 6 professional movers
  • 4 fence installers
  • 2 truck drivers for U-Hauls to move personals properties
  • 1 professional lock smith to gain entry to the property
  • 1 video person and 1 photo camera person to document the process.
  • 1 person to help and facilitate the job
  • I was there to supervise the process and communicate with the asset company and attorneys.
Remove the pallet fence

The occupant created this 10 feet makeshift fence from pallets.

Clean up the outside
Clean up the inside

Los Angeles County Property Preservation removed the pallet fence, removed all personal properties and furniture and cleaned up. We installed a new fence. We installed the padlock on the new fence and finished the eviction at 10:00am.

After clean up

LACPP removed all personal properties and furniture. The property was empty and clean, ready for staging and sale.

The storage facility

Personal properties from the house were moved to this storage facility.