ROLE: Property Solicitor
LOCATION: Central London
SALARY:£35,000 - £40,000
HOURS: Full time
PQE: 2 Years +
Competitive salary + career progression
Our client are a top 200 independent law firm with 250 experts operating from seven offices. Due to expansion and growth they are looking for a Property solicitor to join their office in central london
The sucessful candidate will either be a Solicitor, Licensed Conveyancer or Legal Executive responsible for handling their own caseload of residential property matters, from initial instruction through to completion, including freehold and leasehold, sale and purchase files.
You will manage the transactions pro-actively through to exchange and completion while delivering strong client service and developing established relationships.
This role involves but is not limited to:
Receiving instructions and providing legal advice to clients on purchase, sales and re-mortgage matters
ID requirements, source of funds, gift deposits
Exchange of contracts
Ordering and reporting on searches
Checking and reporting of titles (including leases)
Checking and reporting on mortgages
Dealing with completion process
Scheduling and archiving
Managing and developing relations with referrers
The salary & bonus package are competitive and dependent on experience.
Please contact me to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
Leon Pierce | Recruitment Consultant
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
The best number to reach me on today is Ext 1040
Please contact Leon Pierce, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
Douglas Scott are a legal recruitment expert and the UK's leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. We are a regulated recruitment consultancy and will discuss this role and seek your approval before submitting an application directly to the decision maker.
- residential conveyancing
- lease extensions
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