Property Transfer Administrator

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£23,000-£25,000 per annum
Posted
22 Apr 2021
Closes
20 May 2021
Ref
NB2204
Job Title
Administration
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are working alongside a leading property management company based in the West End who are seeking a property transfer assistant. You will initially be working remotely before returning to the office in due course. The successful individual will be responsible for processing consents and formalities relating to property sales and changes to lease terms.

The property transfer administrator will be responsible for dealing with legal enquires relating to the sale of existing leasehold properties and collect fees for the landlords. Further duties will include administering the landlord’s requirements as part of sales, transfers and re-mortgages and consent applications as well as liaising with solicitors and lenders during the conveyancing process. A key element of the role will include dealing with consents for assignment or transfer and providing information about lease and TP1 requirements.

Candidates will have gained experience of working in a property transfer department and will have dealt with notices of transfers and deed of covenants. Applicants will possess an understanding of the legal requirements applicable to the transfer and mortgage of leasehold and freehold property.

First class communication and organisational skills are essential coupled with a strong work ethic. A law degree or equivalent is highly advantageous.

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