Tell corporate landlords to cancel rent and stop evictions!

Greystar Real Estate Partners led by CEO Bob Faith, Starwood Capital led by CEO Barry Sternlicht, and more

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Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has left tens of millions of people out of work, corporate landlords have yet to commit to rental relief for tenants. The crisis hasn't even stopped some of the largest private equity and real estate owners in the United States from filing eviction cases.

That's why we're calling on YOU to send a message to companies and CEOs like Greystar Real Estate Partners and its CEO Bob Faith, Starwood Capital, and its CEO, Barry Sternlicht, and MORE.

It's time they hear from US, and our communities, who are struggling to make ends meet in face of the public health and economic crises.

We are demanding corporate landlords do the following:

  • Cancel rents for those experiencing financial distress for the full duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Withdraw any eviction cases the company has filed and commit to not evict any tenants during the pandemic.
  • Permanently forego the use of law enforcement as the implementers of evictions

SIGN the petition below and tell corporate landlords to CANCEL the rent and STOP evictions NOW!

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To: Greystar Real Estate Partners led by CEO Bob Faith, Starwood Capital led by CEO Barry Sternlicht, and more
From: [Your Name]

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and job loss, many of our communities are struggling to pay the rent. We are outraged by research showing that various corporate landlords have continued to file eviction cases during this public health crisis. As eviction moratoriums expire and housing courts start to reopen, it is critical that you prioritize people over profits. This is why we are calling on you to:

-Cancel rents for those experiencing financial distress for the full duration of the COVID-19 pandemic,

-Withdraw any eviction cases the company has filed and commit to not evict any tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic,

-Permanently forego use of law enforcement as those who implement evictions.