Residential Property Conveyancer
Residential Property Conveyancers’ are responsible for running their own residential caseloads which could include freehold and leasehold sales, purchases, re-mortgages, transfers of equity and Help to Buy mortgages.
You would be offering advice to your clients across a breath of areas including accounting, finances, and pensions and providing a strong level of consultancy. Because of this, Residential Property Conveyancers’ will be needed to establish strong rapport with agents and clients, and of course possess a strong understanding of their client’s needs.
Day to day responsibilities for Residential Property Conveyancers can include the management of exchanges and ensuring they’re completed to correct timescales, managing legal reports, and working across the post completion stage and ensuring it runs smoothly for customers.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY CONVEYANCER KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Running conveyancing residential property files from beginning to end
- Provide excellent customer service and adapt it to the clients’ needs
- Building and maintaining strong client relationships to encourage an active pipeline of work
- Communicate effectively with agents and clients in a friendly and approachable manner
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