Commercial Property Solicitor - Cheshire
Established over 100 years ago
One of the most respected legal practices in Cheshire with offices across Cheshire West
Providing legal services to business and private clients in the region
Offers flexibility and a family friendly structure to its staff
Working within a very experienced team of conveyancing specialists with over 180 years experience between them
Handling your own caseload to include freehold and leasehold sales and purchases including buy to let, right to buy, new build, shared ownerships, transfers of equity and remortgages
Developing and maintaining client relationships
A minimum of 2 years experience of handling your own conveyancing caseload
Confident in handling complex property transactions with minimal supervision
Highly competitive salary and bonus scheme
25 days holidays plus bank holidays
Flexible working options within a family friendly culture
For more information regarding this conveyancing role, please contact Nicola O'Hanlon at BCL Legal
BCL Legal is an equal opportunities employer.
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