His brother and another person inside the home say the move out is moving forward, but it may not be enough to save the former Sonic from legal trouble.
Swift was a sonic back in 2004, when he bought his million-dollar home. It went into foreclosure and it was bought at auction earlier this year.
Now Swift's brother Alex appears to be helping with the move out.
"We've got a lot of work to do," Alex Swift said.
KOMO 4 asked multiple times if Robert would be able to speak. Alex Swift had few answers.
"I couldn't tell you because there's obviously so much going on right now," he said.
A dolly, headboards and cleaning supplies showed up outside but the run-down cars remain. Attorney Rob Trickler said it's all or nothing.
"A physical eviction is what we'd be asking for," Trickler said.
Trickler is helping the new homeowner get Swift out.
"He's already passed his date to vacate," he said.
Trickler said, by law, Swift had 20 days after the sale to leave. That was last Sunday. So Trickler prepped a lawsuit that would lead to eviction by King County -- so far, no response from Swift. That silence could lead to cops at the door.
"The Sheriff is, by virtue of the writ and order, authorized to break the door down," Trickler said.
Swift has to be gone by close of business Thursday. If he's not out, eviction could come next week.
Friends came and went Wednesday night, but only one would answer the door. He said he was trying to collect his belongings and that a move out was happening.
"I'm hoping that everything's going to be gone tomorrow," he said.
Trickler said he will wait until Friday to file the legal paperwork for forcible eviction if swift doesn't notify him that he's completely moved out of the home.