The landlord (Al DeLorenzi) and his daughter, Debbie McKeever gave a disabled tenant two days to move out everything in their apartment for bed bug extermination. When the disabled tenant could not physically move everything out nor afford to pay for moving or storage, the landlord and his daughter tried evicting the disabled tenant even though he had resided in his apartment for many years. This is how the landlord, Al DeLorenzi/DeLorenzi Properties and his daughter, Debbie McKeever treat phy
sically disabled, aged people in their building. They only care about the money, renting the space out at a greatly more expensive, gouging rent.
Continuing bed bug problem. Landlord is resistant to fully addressing the problem. Tells tenants who complain to "move out if you don't like it" and is retaliatory to those who do complain.
Anonymous on 12/27/2012
901 Stanyan has had a bed bug infestation for years. The landlord (Al DeLorenzi) informs tenants "they can move out if they don't like it." When tenants move out, the landlord keeps their deposit. This has happened to countless units. Recently, the landlord has had a vindictive, threatening eviction against a tenant who has resided in the building for 27 years simply because after complaining to the landlord numerous times and being ignored by the same landlord, contacted the San Francisco D
ept. of Health. For this complaint, the landlord and his daughter, Debbie McKeever have started eviction preceedings against the tenant, blaming the tenant for the entire building's infestation and setting him up, framing him when it is clearly the landlord's negligence. This landlord wants this tenant evicted simply because he made a harmless complaint. This is the type of excellent treatment this landlord gives to his tenants, after they pay a fortune in rent and deposits. BEWARE OF AL DELORENZI of DELORENZI PROPERTIES, they are scandleous, treacherous and vindictive owners who care nothing whatsoever about their tenants but everything about their precious money.
6/23/11 Bed bug sighted. Exterminator called. Spray scheduled. This building is in danger of a big infestation.
Anonymous on 05/29/2011
5/26/11 Landlord notified me that the earlier spraying hadn't resolved the issue. Second spraying occurred 5/27/11. Highly concerned that this might spread within the building.
Anonymous on 10/23/2010
APT 14 HAS BED BUGS ONLY,THE LANDLORD AND PEST CONTROL, ARE WAITING FOR TENANT TO REMOVE THINGS BEFORE THEY CAN SPRAY
Anonymous on 10/11/2010
10/11/10 Had a conversation with the landlord, and he said several people have reported bites but the landlord is resistant to someone coming out to inspect. He also said a tenant in the building had bed bugs recently. The longer we wait the better the chance we have an infestation.