We are keen to speak with senior residential property lawyers regarding a new role with a leading regional law firm in Wiltshire.
The role requires a fully-fledged and experienced residential property solicitor who can provide a proven track record in their career to date.
Our client is a full-service regional law firm.
Owing to excellent client care and technical ability, the residential department is proud to have one of the best reputations in the area; because of this they benefit from a majority of the regions house sales.
The teams’ strengths rely on key members of the team who have been with the firm for a number of years, and this opportunity invites an equally strong solicitor to join and inherit the work of a senior figure who is near retirement.
- A UK qualified solicitor who has dealt with;
- Residential property sales and purchases including shared equity properties and HMOs
- Re-mortgages and refinancing
- Residential property developments
- Separate lender representation
- Minimum of 6 PQE
- Down to earth attitude
- Able to generate a good income
- Bespoke residential property advice
- Good relationship builder
- Successful relationship maintainer
- Sense of humour
- Strong commerciality
This is great opportunity for a solicitor who wants to join a collaborative firm with no pretence, but one that services a wide range of clients, regularly HNWIs. Our client pitches this role at a solicitor who has experienced stagnation in their current role – who strives for progression and recognition. Ideally someone who has worked at a firm that provides bespoke advice and has not been working within a conveyancing factory environment.
This role will provide a great working environment, with a close-knit team – who are extremely welcoming and encouraging. The culture is down-to-earth, and the recruitment process is equally as relaxed, taking the form of a two-stage interview process
The office is located approximately 45 minutes from London by train; an hour from Birmingham; less than hour from Oxford and Gloucester.