Commercial Property Lawyer

Location
England, West Midlands, Coventry
Salary
£25000 - £35000 per annum
Posted
18 Feb 2021
Closes
18 Mar 2021
Ref
48741
Contact
James Wilson
Job Title
Lawyer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial Property Lawyer | Coventry

A well-established Legal 500 located in Coventry are seeking to appoint a Commercial Property Lawyer to join their busy team.

The Role:

The successful Commercial Property Lawyer will handle their own caseload commercial property matters including but not limited to buy-to-lets, re-mortgages and bridging finance.

Requirements:

The ideal Commercial Property Lawyers will boast a minimum of 2 years' experience within conveyancing particularly sales, purchases, transfers of equity and re-mortgages. Commercial property experience is desirable but not essential as training will be provided. You will boast excellent client care skills and the ability to handle your own caseload with a proven track record.

Solicitors, Chartered Legal Executives, Fee Earners, or experienced Paralegals with the relevant experience will be considered.

Benefits:

* Salary up to £35,000 DOE

* Parking Available

* Health Insurance

* Pension

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