We at HLR are excited to tell you about a Free summit event, bringing Nonprofit and Not for Profit groups together under one roof. These groups are working in many areas regarding the issues that you are facing today, which have evolved from the taking of your property and the attempts to take your Real Property Rights. This Event Summit is the first of its kind and is being held in Sarasota, Florida on Feb. 26, 2022. Those in attendance will be able to see for themselves the amazing efforts and good work that all of these non-profit organizations are doing to advocate on your behalf. Attendees will also be able to take advantage of group sessions geared towards assisting homeowners. These sessions seek to help lift them up from their struggles and make them aware of ongoing efforts on their behalf and best interest. This will be both an in-person event as well as hosted virtually on two facebook websites, American Property Owners Network (APON) and Floridians For Honest Lending.
Bringing unification to groups working together to reinforce your right to be heard and to
reclaim your property and property rights
If you would like to attend in person, the event starts at 1PM EST and is expected to end at 6PM EST. Please understand that this is a limited capacity event, so arrive on time so you don’t miss a second. Coffee and water will be available.
Unity of Sarasota
3023 Proctor Rd,
Sarasota, FL 34231
If you prefer virtual attendance, you can do so on Facebook via American Property Owners Network, Floridians For Honest Lending, and WhistleBlower Pie.
What to expect
Floridians for Honest Lending is running a grassroots advocacy campaign in Florida with homeowners impacted by foreclosure and will be onsite to video record the personal stories of participants throughout the day. If you are interested in participating, please contact them for sign-up information.
Planned Program *
General Session: Welcome & Introductions, Opening Remarks – 1:00 PM
(Host Committee: Linda Nash, Billie Renee Powers, Laura Wagner, Ann Chin, Maia Shaffer)
Breakout Session 1 – Participants will choose a topic/group to participate ( 1:45 PM )
- Your Land, Your Rights – Linda Nash
- Remonstrance Update & Petition (new) – Billie/Renee Powers
- Homeowner advocacy can drive policy changes in Florida. Learn how you can join the movement by sharing your personal experience with key decision-makers – Laura Wagner
- Whistleblower tactics: US tax court, NJ deeds, DOJ/FBI/FTC complaints – Maia Shaffer, Mila Papic
G. Alex Morfesis – “Where did American taxpayer’s money go?” using Writ of Mandamus and Qui Tam Whistleblower lawsuits to uncover how money is behind the illegal foreclosures.
Breakout Session 2 – Participants will choose a topic/group to participate in ( 3:30 PM )
- Open Records Request (A Self-Help option to find information) – Janet Hill
- Collaborate With Similar Homeowners (Participants will meet others with the same alleged party(s) of interest, (BOA, US Bank as trustee, etc.) – Ann Chin
- Tips and Techniques you may want to know and won’t hear anywhere else – Linda Nash
G. Alex Morfesis – How Writ of Mandamus and Qui Tam could benefit homeowners in foreclosure
General Session 2 – Recap; Healing from Legal Abuse Syndrome/Carrie Souls LPN and Dr. Chris Winsey ( 4:30 PM )
Closing Remarks – This Land Is Your Land ( 5:00 PM )
*All times are subject to change without notice