Reasons to choose Wilson Browne
The idea of picking up our keys from an Estate Agent’s and having bricks and mortar to call our own is something that is a common goal for many of us.
There are, however, a group of people behind the scenes working hard on a daily basis to ensure that those dreams come true in a way that makes the process as seamless and stress-free as possible.
What else is in store?
Above and beyond the feeling you get when delivering the great news on completion day to your clients, there are many perks to a career in Residential Conveyancing.
From palatial listed buildings to modern day apartments with amazing views – as a conveyancer, you could be helping clients to move into all kinds of properties. It is rare that two properties are ever the same, and you can easily find yourself becoming intrigued by the history of a property, too!
Conveyancers are problem solvers by nature; working to run a transaction in the most efficient way for clients, ensuring that their needs are met and that dream homes don’t turn into worst nightmares.
The sense of achievement when a matter completes is second to none. As conveyancing is one of the fastest paced areas of law, this is a common occurrence week in, week out for conveyancers.
If you like the sound of this, then a career in Residential Conveyancing might just be the right ‘move’ for you. If this is the case take a look at our careers pages where you can see more about what we are looking for.
You may ask, do I need any legal qualifications? The majority of conveyancers are either (or are on their way to becoming) solicitors, licensed conveyancers or chartered legal executives and knowledge of the relevant law is required.