Private Practice

Residential Property Associate

Residential Property Associate

  • In this role, you will be responsible for the conduct of high value residential conveyancing matters including Sales, Purchases and Re-mortgages, Freehold and Leasehold Conveyancing, and Transfers of Equity.
  • You will be predominantly be responsible for the conduct of new build residential conveyancing matters including: Sales, Purchases and Remortgages, and Freehold and Leasehold Conveyancing.
  • Your role may also include acquisitions of land for property for small scale development and other residential conveyancing matters such as transfers of equity and freehold and leasehold conveyancing of existing properties.
  • The successful candidate will have an excellent knowledge of the law yet be able to think commercially and analytically so as to provide accurate and practical advice to clients which is tailored to their needs.
  • The team is keen to recruit someone who will initially undertake work referred down from the Partners and Senior Associates and provide clients with good value services.

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