Social Housing Solicitor

Location
Birmingham
Salary
£50k - 85k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
28 Mar 2024
Closes
25 Apr 2024
Ref
1510697-1-RC-13-MSS
Contact
Richard Coward
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

What’s on offer?

  • Very competitive starting salary from £50k
  • Hybrid and flexible working
  • 25 days holiday + the option to buy/sell
  • Structured career progression

Who will you join?

  • A highly successful and market leading Social Housing Team with plenty of work within both the private and public sectors
  • A Legal 100 UK law firm
  • A team that will benefit from your guidance and enthusiasm
  • Industry experts offering supportive and friendly environment

What will you do?

  • Work directly with a supportive and established Partner
  • Advise registered providers of social housing of all sizes, both small and large in property charging transactions
  • Negotiating this with the funder's solicitors
  • Complete due diligence in order to draft a Certificate of Title
  • Advise on Council collateral warranties
  • Identifying issues that may impact chargeability or the valuation attainable and identifying solutions
  • Enjoy support from both senior and junior

What will you need?

  • Be a qualified Solicitor with 2 years’ social housing/property charging law experience
  • Relevant experience gained in a recognised team
  • A willingness for continued learning and professional development

What next?

  • Click on apply now to send your CV through
  • Or call Richard Coward at G2 Legal today for a confidential chat

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