Property Alterations Administrator

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£23,000-£25,000 per annum
Posted
22 Apr 2021
Closes
20 May 2021
Ref
NB22042
Job Title
Administration
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are working with a successful West End based property management organisation who are seeking a property alterations administrator, this is a permanent vacancy. You will initially be working remotely before returning to the office in the coming months. The focus of the role will require the successful applicant to deal with legal enquiries and processes related to the sale of existing leasehold properties.

Daily duties will include processing applications for standard consents required in leases and TP1’s including subletting the property and minor alterations and works. You will be responsible for reviewing and processing requests for variation and recertification of title documents, major alterations or extensions as well as liaising with external solicitors on the production of licences and other related documents.

Candidates will possess a firm grasp of the legal conveyancing process and will bring with them experience of dealing with consents and alterations. Knowledge and understanding of the legal requirements applicable to the transfer and mortgage of leasehold and freehold property is also required.

Meticulous organisational skills are essential coupled with the ability to work in a fast paced environment. A law degree or equivalent is highly advantageous.

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