Irving, the 13th largest city in Texas, is well known for its entertainment and large businesses headquartered in the city. This bustling part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex attracts families as well.
The United States Census Bureau estimates that Irving’s population reached more than 240,000 in 2018. In addition, a Q3 2019 report from Texas A&M University and Texas Realtors reported around 26,000 active real estate listings and 29,000 closed sales in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
In a growing real estate market like Irving, there are bound to be disputes between buyers, sellers, lenders, brokers, agents, and/or property owners. To settle these disputes, you need a dedicated Irving real estate litigation lawyer.
Types of Real Estate Disputes You May Encounter
Almost all parties in real estate encounter a dispute of some kind. The most common disputes in real estate include:
- Defective or faulty construction
- Title Insurance claims
- Reverse mortgage issues
A real estate litigation lawyer helps navigate the stressful areas of these disputes for all types of clients.
An Experienced Irving Real Estate Litigation Lawyer
Rachel Khirallah has more than a decade of trial experience for a variety of clients. She represents lenders, homeowners, contractors, and more. Rachel Khirallah helps settle various types of real estate disputes and works hard to get the most advantageous resolution for your case.
Our Areas of Practice
Rachel Khirallah represents several types of clients. No matter where you are in a real estate dispute, Khirallah, PLLC is there to help;
- Unlawful Foreclosure
- Reverse Mortgage Issues
- Title Insurance Claims
- Mortgage Servicing
- Other Real Estate Issues (Liens, adverse possession, etc.)
To speak with an Irving real estate litigation lawyer, contact Khirallah, PLLC today.
Foreclosures put the financial standing of homeowners at major risk. Despite the stress of losing a home, avoiding a foreclosure is not hopeless. An experienced Irving real estate litigation attorney will do everything to give homeowners a favorable outcome.
Proving unlawful foreclosure is possible, even though it is difficult. If you experience any of the following, contact a real estate litigation lawyer immediately:
- Returned or rejected mortgage payments
- Broken forbearance agreements
- Unnecessary default notices
Due to her experience representing large lenders, Rachel Khirallah is uniquely qualified to represent homeowners against them.
Brokers selling reverse mortgages usually target vulnerable populations including senior citizens. They use aggressive sales pitches to get homeowners to take out an unnecessary reverse mortgage. They will go far enough to convince homeowners that a reverse mortgage makes their property immune to foreclosure.
This constitutes as misleading information and violates the Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA). This law protects consumers from false, misleading, or deceptive information about a good or service.
If you are having issues with your reverse mortgage lender or believe you were pressured into a reverse mortgage without receiving adequate information, contact Khirallah, PLLC to find a legal solution.
Title Insurance Claims
Title defects usually cause a conflict of ownership. Property disputes or liens happen as a result of title defects. Title insurance sometimes helps protect property owners from these defects.
If your insurer refuses to clear the title or pay your title claim, you need an experienced Irving real estate litigation lawyer to create and defend your title insurance claim.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Case
Rachel Khirallah is a professional Irving real estate litigation lawyer with over ten years of experience representing many clients. Her experience being on multiple sides of a real estate dispute makes her a strong asset in your case.
For more information about how Khirallah, PLLC can help you with your real estate litigation or dispute resolution, contact us for a consultation at (214) 302-0462.