The Real Estate Attorney works on real estate matters.He/She negotiates and drafts contracts regarding real estate transactions. Real estate litigation attorneys handle lawsuits, court cases and arbitrations regarding real estate disputes.
- Drafts legal papers for real estate transactions such as leases, mortgages, etc.
- Litigates real estate disputes in court if necessary
- Maintains all real estate files and handles administrative duties for office
- Oversees real estate purchases and preparing contracts, while also carrying out all the job duties in a strict compliance with the current legislation.
- Writes and files claims, motions, and court briefs
- Interprets and renders advice on laws and regulations that pertain to real property
- Monitors legal risk on behalf and for their clients.
- Ensures the safety and maintenance of client confidentiality
- Bachelor’s degree in Law, Real Estate Management and other related fields
- Juris Doctorate as well as a license
- More than 3 years of commercial real estate investment and funds experience.
- Knowledge of state and federal laws regarding transfer and sale of real property
Skills needed for this role
The Real Estate Attorney must have analytical and verbal/written communication skills to develop a broad business law foundation and strong negotiating skills. He/ She should be a capable networker. Time management and organizational skills are essential for this role since he/she will be handling multiple cases and documents at any given time.
Licensed Professional, Lawyer