The Farah Law Firm

Real Estate Attorneys Austin, TX

Farah Law Firm’s real estate lawyers in Austin are committed to protecting and promoting their clients’ rights in all matters of real estate transactions.

Real estate law encompasses a broad array of tasks, from ensuring a property has a clear title to arranging leases of homes or even the natural resources that lie on or below your property.

Both individuals and small businesses are well-advised to rely on real estate lawyers in Austin to ensure they fully understand the intricacies of these various transactions. 

Trust our experienced Austin real estate attorneys to help you navigate through the intricate legal aspects of both residential and commercial real estate.

From document preparation to title transfers to the process of evictions and foreclosures, our real estate lawyers Austin, TX will guide you through the legal system.

At our Austin branch, Farah Law Firm services Central Austin, Westlake, Southwest Austin, South Austin, Northwest Austin, North Austin, East Austin, as well as Lakeway/Lake Travis.

We Offer These Real Estate Attorney Services

The Farah Law Firm’s highly recommended and qualified legal staff and attorneys will work diligently and communicate clearly to ensure that your best interest is always our focus. With our history of success and passion for serving our clients, our team of real estate lawyers in Austin, TX can help you with the full spectrum of real estate transactions:
  • Asset Protection
  • Contract Review Services
  • Document Preparation
  • Deeds
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Residential Real Estate
  • Earnest Money Refunds in Texas
  • Landlord/Tenant (Security Deposits)
  • Landlord/Tenant (Evictions)
  • Seller’s Disclosure Notice
  • Title Transfers
  • Boundary Disputes

About Austin

Starting as a settlement named Waterloo, with immigrants from Germany, Sweden, and Mexico- Austin saw intense periods of growth followed by the renaming of the town to Austin after Stephen F. Austin, ‘The Father of Texas’, and became the state capital in 1839.

The 1850s saw the first building boom with the construction of the first Capitol building in 1853.

A second boom occurred in the 1870s with the arrival of the railroad. In 1883, Austin became a college town with the founding of the University of Texas at Austin.

Following this, the impressive Driskill Hotel opened to the then bustling city of Austin in 1886. With the current capitol completed in 1888, the skyline we know today began to take shape.

The city’s population now sits at 947,890 (2016), and the city is renowned for its eclectic live-music scene centered around country, blues, and rock.

Its many parks and lakes are popular for hiking, biking, swimming, and boating. Austin boasts an excellent quality of life, job market, and a desirable city. 

Austin Real Estate Growth

Per RealtyAustin, the average median price for single-family homes in Austin is $321,000, a 7.3% increase from last year.

The total dollar volume of single-family properties sold is $1.25 billion, and the average price of single-family properties sold is $405,000 According to NeighborhoodScout, the homeownership rate in Austin is 43.8% owners, 56.2% renters, and the vacancy rate is at 7.7%.

Major Attractions in Austin

  • Mount Bonnell: The famous hiking trail is located alongside the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River and has been a popular destination for many tourists since its founding in the 1850s.


  • Texas State Capitol: The Texas State Capitol is located in Austin, Texas, and many folks visit the site to take tours and observe the beautiful building and its grounds. Of course, the capitol contains the chambers and offices of the Texas Legislature and the Governor’s Office.

New Businesses in Austin:

  • Austin Proper Hotel & Residences: The Trammell Crow Company is planning to create a hotel with developers, the Kor Group. The 32-story hotel is set to have 243 rooms on Block 188 and also have 100 condominium units.


  • Mexic-Arte Museum: Mexic-Arte is planning to create a 7-story museum to replace the current building on Congress Avenue and E. 5th Street. Two of the museum’s stories will be underground, and the museum will showcase traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino, and Latino art and culture.

Schedule a Consultation With Us

To schedule a consultation with our real estate lawyers in Austin, Call us today on 817-467-1889. We will be more than happy to discuss all your real estate attorney needs and understand how we can best help you.