Job: Residential Property Solicitor/Executive

Published
21st July 2020
Location
Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Area of Law
  • Conveyancing
Type of Lawyer
  • Solicitor
Salary
£40000 - £50000 per annum
Work Hours
Full-time
Reference No:
BH-30719
Start Date
2020-07-20 00:00:00
Contact Email
tom@qedlegal.com
Contact
Tom Cooke
Contact Phone
0161 961 9000
Region
South East

Description

Residential Property Solicitor/Executive | Aylesbury

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Residential Property Solicitor with a well established firm. You will be working in a friendly and supportive team, which itself forms part of a wider team across the firm’s network of offices spanning the country. The firm have a rich local heritage with a very loyal and much coveted client base from the local community.

QED Legal are recruiting a Residential Property Solicitor, Legal Executive or Licensed Conveyancer to run a mixed caseload of Residential Conveyancing matters, with a focus on High Net Worth work. This is NOT a volume conveyancing position, as the firm have an emphasis on the quality of the service they provide for their clients. Therefore you must have an outstanding manner with clients and be a strong technical conveyancer.

You will have significant experience of managing your own caseload of Residential Property matters. The role will involve all aspects of sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold property, transfer or equity and remortgage work. It is highly desirable that the successful candidate will be willing to get involved with business development in the local area, so you will need to be outgoing, possessing the ability to forge long standing relationships with agents and other referral networks. You will ideally have over 5 years of conveyancing experience in a fee earning role.

To be considered for this position, please contact Tom Cooke at QED Legal or click below to apply!

Apply
Drop files here browse files ...

New Search

Scroll to Top
Are you sure you want to delete this file?
/