Residential Conveyancer

England, North Yorkshire, Northallerton
£30000 - £40000 per annum
11 Feb 2021
11 Mar 2021
Ian Mannion
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Contract Type
Full Time

My client is a long-established regional law firm who are looking for an ambitious Residential Conveyancer to join their office in North Allerton.

This firm already have a very strong client base across the region and are due to open a new office in NorthAllerton to add to their impressive multi-site law firm.

This Residential Conveyancer role will involve handling your own caseload of Residential Conveyancing matters such as lease negotiation and extensions, re-mortgages, equity transactions and help to buy matters.

The successful Residential Conveyancer will possess at least 3 years Conveyancing Fee Earner experience gained in relevant recent employment. You will also be approachable and a team player, be ambitious with a real drive and passion to help the business continue to grow.

The salary on offer is competitive and negotiable for the right candidate.

If you would like to know more about this role then contact Ian on 01772 259121 or via email on. Alternatively, we have a range of other opportunities in Lancashire.

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