Real Estate


The process of navigating the intricacies of the real estate market can prove to be a challenging task, whether one is a tenant or property owner.

Real estate laws serve as a vital means of protecting both tenants and homeowners from potential disputes with their landlords and financial troubles. These laws can vary considerably from one state to another, and it can be challenging to navigate the legal intricacies without the aid of an experienced real estate lawyer. At I.R.D.I. Business Group™, work with legal counsel on a national and international level to help you understand and navigate these complex laws, regardless of your location. Our team of experts is committed to helping you protect your rights and interests when it comes to real estate matters.

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Receiving a notice of foreclosure from a lender can be a difficult and stressful experience. However, there are measures one can take to halt the process and allow for ample time to make informed decisions regarding their property, provided it has not yet been sold in a foreclosure sale.

One viable option is filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, which is a highly effective response as it puts a stop to the process and provides the opportunity to restructure secured and unsecured debt based on one's financial capabilities.

If you're struggling to keep up with your mortgage payments, you may be considering a loan modification or a short sale. It's important to understand that while loan modifications are talked about a lot, they often don't succeed in saving the property long-term.

Short sales, where the lender agrees to accept less than the total debt owed, can be even harder to negotiate and can take a long time to get approved. It's important to carefully consider your options and seek professional advice before making any decisions.

In the event that a borrower finds themselves in a challenging financial position, surrendering their property may be the most viable course of action. This process, known as "Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure", entails transferring the title of the property back to the lender. By doing so, the borrower is relinquished of their security obligation while the bank is able to reduce the costs associated with the foreclosure process.

Whether your property or issue is Commercial or Residential, we our network of counsel are here for you.

  • Tenant/Landlord Issues
  • Deeds and other legal filings
  • Zoning & Construction
  • Theft & abandoned property
  • Foreclosure Matters

Please submit our legal consultation request form to discuss your situation and arrange a personal consultation.

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