Residential Property Lawyer, 2+ PQE - -Suffolk – Seeking a skilled Residential Property Lawyer for reputable practice in Suffolk. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Cassie on 01214541004 or email email@example.com with your CV.
JOB TITLE: Residential Property Lawyer
PQE: 2+ PQE
SALARY: £Dependent on experience
As the appointed Residential Property Lawyer your responsibilities will encompass all aspects of residential property law, from the moment of initial instruction through to completion. Your tasks will include managing a diverse caseload of residential property transactions such as freehold and leasehold transactions as well as re-mortgages, buy-to-let to name but a few. You will also ideally the possess the ability to build and nurture strong client relationships.
Are you a seasoned Residential Property Solicitor or Legal Executive seeking a new opportunity within a charming town in Suffolk? Ideal Residential Property Lawyers will have at least 2 years PQE in dealing with the broad spectrum of residential property. You will be able to demonstrate exceptional attention to detail and a commitment to delivering outstanding client service and be able to thrive in a fast-paced work environment.
Based in a charming town in Suffolk, this firms boasts a long-standing reputation for providing the best possible service for the local community and further afield. If your looking for a firm where you can become an integral part of the team this this is the role for you.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Competitive salary and benefits package including pension scheme, private healthcare and a supportive and friendly work culture.
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