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Conveyancer Residential
 
Title: Conveyancer Residential
Category: Legal
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £35,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Conveyancer- Lowestoft- £35,000 + BONUS - Permanent

Experienced Residential Conveyancer required to join our client's team in Lowestoft. Medium sized high street firm with an excellent local reputation. The role requires a fee earner with a can-do attitude and excellent communication skills.

Applicants must be able to manage a busy case load. Our client is willing to consider candidates at the beginning of their career and those with experience.

The successful candidate will be dealing with a range of property matters including:

* Freehold and leasehold sale and purchases

* Re-mortgages

* Right to Buy

* New build properties

* Shared ownership

Key skills include:

* Good communication and computer skills

* Ability to work to deadlines

* Good networking skills

We offer a competitive salary with bonus scheme.

This is a fantastic career opportunity for those seeking a long-term career with real partnership prospects for the future.

Hales Group Ltd collects and keeps information from applicants, so that we can monitor our recruitment process, ensure compliance with the Equal Opportunities policy, and when appropriate send you details of future job opportunities. We keep your name and address, and details of your application. If you do not want us to do this please contact your local branch.
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