The Worst Evictors

of San Francisco and Oakland

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Brought to you by the Anti‑Eviction Mapping Project and the San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition, with many thanks to JustFixNYC

Data from the Evictorbook tool and our own investigative research finds these landlords to be San Francisco and Oakland's worst evictors since 2017. Landlords often hide their presence through obscure corporate structures and scrubbing their online presence -- our research pulls back the curtain on these practices to show who's guilty of being a serial evictor.

San Francisco

corporate evictors

Yat-Pang Au
Greg MacDonald, Ryan Brewer, and others
Neveo Mosser
Walter Schmidt (CFO), and Amy Hull (COO)
Sergio Iantorno
Dennis Flynn
Thomas Iveli and Bob Sigmund
Robert Imhoff
Fergus O'Sullivan
Robert Rosania
David Seto, Samantha Seto, and Kelvin Yee
Peter "Bubble Boy" Iskandar

nonprofit + low-income housing evictors

Affordable housing is urgently necessary, but affordable housing providers are still known as some of the most dangerous landlords in the city. Over 14,000 eviction notices between 2016 and 2020 were served by affordable housing providers, or projects that have received funding from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development or the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. We consider these “subsidized supportive” providers to be members of the Worst Evictors because they widely employ eviction as an aversive tool against their tenants. 

Stephen M. Ross
Jack Gardner (CEO and Board Chair)
Tenderloin Housing Clinic
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)


William Rosetti
Neill Sullivan
Frederick O. Lewis III
Justin Douglas Wallway
Lisa Wehrly
Michael Marr
Danny Haber and Alon Gutman
Seth Jacobson
Sarosh Kumana
Baljit Mann & Surinder Mann
Alexander Riaz Taplin
Janos Gluck and Santano Derose
Reid Settlemier and Wayne Lipman
Sanjay and Gaurav Khanna