Commercial & Residential Property Solicitor

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England, London
£35000 - £55000 per annum
20 Apr 2021
18 May 2021
Olivia Taylor
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Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial & Residential Property Solicitor (Cantonese / Mandarin Speaking)

London / Remote Working

Salary circa £55,000 DOE

Our client is a well-established central London firm who provide support to a variety to private and commercial clients. Due to expansion, our client is seeking to recruit an experienced and accomplished Commercial and Residential Property Solicitor to join their successful team on a permanent basis.

The candidate:

The ideal Solicitor will be confident, self-motivated, and diligent and ideally speak Cantonese / Mandarin. You will ideally be 3-4 years PQE with a vast amount of property experience - both commercial and residential with technical knowledge and a keen interest and proven ability in business development as well as a pro-active approach to risk management.

The Role:

The successful Solicitor will be able to manage a busy and varied caseload of commercial property (80%) and residential property (20%) matters including:

* Development work both for buyers and sellers

* Acting for borrowers in refinancing

* Granting and acquiring leases for landlord and tenants

* Mandarin and / or Cantonese language skills


* Good technical knowledge

* Attention to detail

* Excellent written and verbal communication skills

* Experience of working in a fast-paced environment

The salary on offer for this fantastic opportunity is circa £55,000 depending on experience and our client is looking for someone to start ASAP!

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