Two men are facing prison time after prosecutors say they stole nine valuable Brooklyn and Queens properties out from under their absentee owners.

The alleged fraud scheme played out over the last five years, with Danny Noble as the purported ringleader and fellow Nassau County resident Roderick Gray as his sidekick. The two used stolen notary stamps to forge paperwork transferring the buildings to Noble, an LLC controlled by them, and to third parties, and drew up further documents stating hefty mortgages had been satisfied, according to prosecutors.

The transactions are documented in detail in public property records, and the pair were allegedly so brazen that they collected rent from tenants at buildings in Fort Greene and Hollis. Some buildings "sold" to Noble or the LLC for $10, while others listed transfer amounts in the hundred thousands. But with Noble listed on one form as the buyer and seller, the buyer and seller fields left blank on another, and the signatures in various names bearing remarkably similar handwriting throughout, the documents certainly appear suspect.

Also, as Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson noted in a press release announcing the pair's indictment yesterday, "The houses targeted in this fraud are worth millions of dollars."

The alleged plot also hit properties in Fort Greene, Bedford-Stuyvesant, East New York, Canarsie, and Jamaica. Noble was arrested on March on similar charges in Nassau County. He and Gray, who was often listed as his attorney in property records, allegedly targeted buildings with absentee owners.

The enterprise began to unravel in late 2012, after district attorneys say Gray evicted the tenants of a fraudulently obtained house at 1391 E. 95th St. in Canarsie, and subsequently began to renovate it. Workers at a business across the street, which shares an owner with the house, spotted contractors on the site and reported it to their boss, who then uncovered the fraud, according to the District Attorney's Office.

The New York Post spoke to a tenant at 45 N. Oxford St. in Fort Greene, where the duo allegedly collected $1,500 a month on two apartments:

Will Cropper, 46, a tenant at the three-family home, said Noble seemed legit until he suddenly vanished last January. “I’m glad he got arrested. He’s getting what he deserves. He’s a crook, plain and simple,” Cropper told The Post.

January would have been right around the time that a Brooklyn civil court judge yanked the building away from Noble and returned it to a Queens developer, according to property records.

Noble and Gray were arraigned yesterday and pleaded not guilty to dozens of felony counts, including grand larceny and falsifying business records. Noble's lawyer declined to comment and Gray's did not immediately respond to a phone message. Noble was held on $250,000 bail and faces as many as 25 years in prison. Gray was held on $10,000 bail and faces as many as four years imprisonment. Their next court date is set for Aug. 5.