CQS accredited firm in Buckinghamshire seeks a Commercial Property/Real Estate Solicitor on a full-time, permanent basis.
This is an excellent opportunity for a skilful solicitor to join our client’s thriving practice based in Buckinghamshire. The successful applicant will handle a rewarding caseload of commercial property and real estate matters, whilst ensuring excellent performance at all times.
To put you forward for this position, we require your ideal salary and location and notice period. Responsibilities
- Commercial sales and purchases
- Environmental and planning issues
- Business leases
- Landlord and tenant matters
- Development schemes
- Business development
- Solicitors with at least five years’ PQE
- Experience in commercial property and real estate is essential
- An existing network of local contacts is desired, however this is not essential
- Demonstrate a flair for business development and marketing activities
- A strong communicator with the ability to build long-lasting relationships with clients
- Able to meet tight deadlines whilst maintaining high levels of accuracy
A modern multi-office firm, this practice is well accredited and has a high reputation for providing full services to businesses and individuals. They are committed to delivering a personal service, offering exceptional advice and have acquired a team of experienced lawyers and support staff over the years. Their office in Aylesbury is now seeking a Commercial Property/Real Estate Solicitor. Our Agency Requirements
- What salary are you currently seeking?
- How far are you most comfortable to travel from home?
- How long is your notice period?
Solicitor – Commercial Property / Real Estate
For further details of this Commercial Property/Real Estate Solicitor vacancy, please contact Victoria on 01954 208 073 quoting reference VK32640.
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