Real Estate Lawyers are responsible for real estate matters. This type of attorney interprets and renders advice on laws and regulations that pertain to real property, including housing law, commercial and residential property development projects, real estate financing and leasing, Real Estate Investment Trusts, land sales, title issues and searches, escrow arrangements, property management, rights of way, and lease disputes. Real estate transactional attorneys negotiate and draft contracts regarding real estate transactions. Real estate litigation attorneys handle lawsuits, court cases, and arbitrations regarding real estate disputes.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Solid experience in title insurance underwriting, curative, and claims.
Good understanding of Foreclosure.
Analytical thinker with strong conceptual and research skills.
A natural leader who displays sound judgment and attention to detail.
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Capable networker with excellent interpersonal, communication, and public speaking skills.
Proficient in Microsoft Office program
With at least 5-10 years of experience as a Real Estate Lawyer
Strong experience in real estate law and industry knowledge that includes litigation, lease transactions, property management, and purchase and sale transactions
EDUCATION / KNOWLEDGE BACKGROUND / CERTIFICATION
Bachelor’s degree in Law (essential).
Admitted as a Notary Public (essential).