Garland, the 12th largest city in Texas, is a popular destination for new families and large businesses. The United States Census Bureau estimates that Garland will surpass a population of 250,000 in 2019.
In addition, research from Texas A&M University and Texas Realtors shows more than 26,000 active real estate listings and 29,000 closed sales during Q3 2019 in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
There are bound to be disputes between buyers, sellers, lenders, brokers, agents, and/or property owners in an active, growing real estate market like Garland. You will need a dedicated Garland real estate litigation attorney if a dispute arises.
Common Real Estate Disputes
Property owners, homebuyers, contractors, business owners, or lenders usually encounter a dispute with real estate. The most common real estate disputes include:
- Unlawful foreclosure
- Construction defects
- Title insurance claims
A real estate litigation attorney looks over these types of disputes for all types of clients.
Meet Our Experienced Garland Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Rachel Khirallah draws from more than a decade of trial experience to help clients reach the best possible outcome in their real estate litigation cases. Her past experience representing both large companies and homeowners provides her with an advantageous position in real estate dispute resolution.
Whether you are facing foreclosure, dealing with faulty construction of a home, or preparing to file a title insurance claim, Khirallah, PLLC helps settle disputes in your favor.
Our Practice Areas
Rachel Khirallah represents various clients in real estate disputes, no matter on which side you stand. She handles a variety of disputes, including:
- Unlawful Foreclosure
- Reverse Mortgage Schemes
- Title Insurance Claims
- Mortgage Servicing
- Other Disputes (Liens, adverse possession, etc.)
Contact Khirallah, PLLC today to speak with a Garland real estate litigation attorney, even if you do not see your specific real estate dispute above.
Foreclosures cause significant damage to the financial standing of homeowners. However, avoiding a foreclosure is not hopeless. A Garland real estate litigation attorney will do everything to save your home.
Proving unlawful foreclosure is difficult, but possible. Contact a real estate litigation attorney to discuss your options if you experience any of the following:
- Rejected or returned mortgage payments
- Broken forbearance agreements
- Unnecessary default notices
Khirallah, PLLC is uniquely qualified to represent homeowners against large mortgage servicers.
Reverse Mortgage Lender Violations
Brokers selling reverse mortgages usually target senior citizens. They use aggressive sales tactics to get unsuspecting homeowners to take out a reverse mortgage. Brokers also sometimes convince homeowners that a reverse mortgage makes property immune to foreclosure.
This misinformation violates the Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA). This law protects consumers from false, misleading, or deceptive information about a good or service.
If you believe a broker pressured you into taking out a reverse mortgage or are having issues with your reverse mortgage lender, contact Khirallah, PLLC to find a legal solution.
Title Insurance Claims
Title insurance claims arise from varying types of title defects. Property ownership disputes or liens against a property are typical title defects. Title insurance usually helps protect homeowners from these defects.
However, if your insurer refuses to pay your claim or clear the title, you need an experienced Garland real estate litigation attorney to bring and defend your title insurance claim.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Case
Rachel Khirallah is a professional Garland real estate attorney with 10+ years of experience. Her background in representing both individuals and businesses makes her an invaluable ally in your real estate dispute.
For more information about how Khirallah, PLLC can help you with your real estate litigation, contact us for a consultation at (214) 302-0462.