Plano, the largest city in Collin County, is well-known for its sprawling prairies, farms, and cattle ranches.
Since Plano is a popular destination for new families, it comes as no surprise that Plano’s real estate market continues to grow. According to data from Texas A&M University and Texas Realtors, there were more than 26,000 active real estate listings and 29,000 closed sales in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area during Q3 of 2019.
In such a large, active market, there are bound to be disputes between buyers, sellers, lenders, brokers, agents, and/or property owners. If you ever encounter a real estate dispute, you need a dedicated Plano real estate litigation attorney who will represent your case.
We assist clients with unreported construction defects, wrongful foreclosure, and other disputes. To discuss your legal options, contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Types of Real Estate Disputes
An experienced real estate litigation attorney helps property owners, homebuyers, contractors, business owners, lenders, and other groups solve disputes with other parties. Some of the most common real estate disputes include:
- Wrongful foreclosure
- Faulty construction
- Title Insurance claims
- Reverse mortgage issues
It is essential to have a real estate litigation attorney look over these types of disputes when they involve liens against a property or deceptive services.
An Experienced Plano Real Estate Law Firm
With over a decade of representing clients throughout Plano and greater DFW, Rachel Khirallah fights for the outcome her clients deserve in real estate disputes. Her prior experience representing lenders, homeowners, buyers, contractors, and more gives her an advantageous perspective in successful real estate dispute resolution. Whether you unknowingly purchased a home with improper defects, are facing wrongful foreclosure, or need a title insurance claim, Khirallah, PLLC helps you hold others accountable.
Our Practice Areas
Rachel Khirallah represents clients in all types of real estate disputes. No matter which side of the dispute you are on, Khirallah, PLLC can help. As a Plano real estate attorney, Rachel Khirallah handles a variety of disputes, including:
- Wrongful Foreclosure
- Reverse Mortgage
- Title Insurance Claims
- Owner Financing
- Mortgage Servicing
- Miscellaneous Disputes (Contractor liens, boundary disputes, etc.)
If you do not see your specific real estate issue listed here, contact Khirallah, PLLC today to speak with our Plano real estate attorney.
Homes are one of the largest investments that anyone makes. This makes foreclosure one of the most difficult experiences to endure. Foreclosures cause lasting damage to your financial standing and deprive you and your family of a place to live.
Proving wrongful foreclosure is complex, but possible when you have an experienced Plano real estate litigation attorney working with you. If your bank does any of the following, contact a real estate attorney to discuss your options:
- Rejects or returns your mortgage payment
- Breaks your forbearance agreement
- Sends you default notices after making monthly payments on time
- Forecloses on you while in a repayment agreement
Khirallah, PLLC has prior experience representing both homeowners and lenders and is uniquely qualified to manage disputes with large mortgage servicers.
Mortgage brokers often target financially vulnerable senior citizens. Their goal is to get unsuspecting homeowners to take out a reverse mortgage using an aggressive sales pitch. Sometimes, brokers convince homeowners that they will never lose their home if they take out a reverse mortgage.
This is not true. Additionally, it violates the Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA), which protects consumers from false, misleading, or deceptive business practices. When a good or service does not meet the standards a seller promises, it is a DTPA violation. For example, if a homeowner is at risk of losing their home after taking out a reverse mortgage that promises to prevent foreclosure, it is a possible DTPA violation.
If you are having issues with a reverse mortgage or believe a broker manipulated you into taking out a reverse mortgage, contact Khirallah, PLLC to discuss possible solutions.
Title Insurance Claims
Title defects cause a lot of headaches and can take many forms. Prior mortgages or liens against a property, other parties claiming ownership, or boundary disputes often make up the bulk of title defects.
If you discover that there are title defects with your property and that another party disputes ownership, seek help from an experienced Plano real estate attorney to bring and defend your title insurance claim.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Real Estate Litigation Needs
Rachel Khirallah is a seasoned Plano real estate litigation attorney with over a decade of experience. She is committed to working with her clients to create solutions for real estate disputes. Her experience and commitment enable her to efficiently and effectively represent clients in almost any dispute.
For more information about how Khirallah, PLLC can help you with your real estate litigation, contact us at (214) 302-0462.