Pokemon Go: How To Turn Your House Into A Pokestop
Pokemon Go developer Niantic allows you to change your username and request a Pokestop through the game's support page. We'll show you how to do, now that you've had a couple days at least in order to learn what to care about in the title.
First, you can go to the official Pokemon Go support page and submit your request if you want your house (or a place you care about) turned into a pokestop. That doesn't mean your request will be accepted instantly, since Niantic has to check your position and see if it makes sense in the economy of the gameplay. Link here.
You can also change your nickname if you didn't choose a very good one upon Pokemon Go's launch, even though "nickname changes are only allowed for players that accidentally input their real name or other personally identifiable information as their nickname." Changes will take "several weeks to review and process." Link here.
Additionally, remember you forfeited your arbitration rights by agreeing to the Pokemon Go's terms of service. Which includes something like this:
"Except if you opt out and except for certain types of disputes described in the 'agreement to arbitrate' section below, you agree that disputes between you and Niantic will be resolved by binding, individual arbitration, and you are waiving your right to a trial by jury or to participate as a plaintiff or class member in any purported class action or representative proceeding."
You can opt out by emailing "firstname.lastname@example.org" within 30 days of installing and booting up Pokemon Go.