So. Why is this real estate role different? Given you have probably seen a dozen advertised this week without much to differentiate between them.
The main difference here is specifically work/life balance and the role being based with a client that has valued this as long as I've been dealing with them, rather than a knee/jerk response to a pandemic.
We have worked together for years, most recently expanding their construction team in Newcastle, with an eye now being cast towards real estate.
QED Legal's client has an outstanding reputation throughout the UK, with Newcastle seen as a key location for the firm. Their North East client base is exceptional and spread throughout real estate developers, owner occupiers, government departments, investors, local authorities, NHS Trusts, funds, universities and colleges, banks and finance houses.
You shall be involved in a variety of commercial property transactions that include amongst others: development, planning, purchase and sale, investment and potentially property finance and landlord and tenant work.
You should have at least enjoyed a 6 month seat within real estate, with candidates up to three years PQE able to be considered.
I have worked closely with this client over the last few years as they move towards being the most competitive payer in the market. Billable hours are generally less than most of their competitors without you having to sacrifice caliber of client.
For additional information, please contact Neil Campbell at QED Legal via the details provided.
I look forward to telling you more.